Logo description and capture by MegaAveron25 and RedheadXilamGuy
Background: 70/30 Productions was an animation production house founded by Matt Thompson and Adam Reed. They are the creators of Sealab 2021, Frisky Dingo and its spin-off series The Xtacles for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The company's name came from the plan that Thompson would do 70% of the producing and 30% of the writing, with Reed doing the reverse. In early January 2009 the production company announced they were closing their doors.
1st Logo (1999)
Nicknames: "70/30 Without the Car"
Logo: It was an in-credit version of the logo. with the copyright stamp.
Availability: Only seen in the pitch pilot episode of Sealab 2021.
Editor's Note: None.
2nd Logo (December 21, 2000-January 9, 2009)
70/30 Productions (Murphy Murph and the Feng Shui Bunch)70/30 Productions (2000) Nicknames: "The Car", "70/30 Car", "Bicycar"
Logo: On the white background, we see a sea green-colored black-outlined stylized drawing of an automobile at the 3/4 angle, with windows and headlights colored in the lighter shade of sea green and the bottom part and wheels forming "7030", with "seventy-thirty" and "productions" in the black extremely-wide Impact font above and below, respectively.
Variant: On the Sealab 2021 episode, "Murphy Murph and the Feng Shui Bunch," Master Shake from Aqua Teen Hunger Force comes in from the right and breaks the logo with the bat, revealing the Williams Street logo. He breaks it as well, revealing the Cartoon Network Productions logo. He attempts to break it as well, but fails.
Music/Sounds: The closing theme to the show.
Music/Sounds Variant: On the variant, rock music plays. Master Shake says "Seventy-Thirty. Is this yours?". Meatwad from ATHF says "That's not mine!". Shake then says "'Cause it's gone!". Meatwad says "You're breaking somebody else's things now.". Shake says "It's cheap looking and it's outta here." when he breaks the Williams Street logo. When Shake tries to break the Cartoon Network logo, he says "What kind of crap is this, did an elephant paint this?!"
Availability: Seen on Sealab 2021, Frisky Dingo and its spin off, The Xtacles.
Editor's Note: None.