The Columbia Pictures logo is one of those images we’ve all seen hundreds of times. You may know that it was based on a photo – the photograph and the painting side-by-side image has been circling the Internet ever since I can remember. But few people know the story behind the reference image and the photo shoot when it was taken.
Photographer Kathy Anderson recently revealed what it was like to take the photo that became the iconic logo we’re all familiar with. Not only she shared the pretty DIY setup, but also some more personal and interesting situations that occurred during the shoot.
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