Passing through two openings, the full logo has a white silhouette of dancers above the title around lines.
In 1974, the logo color changed to gold when Globo started broadcasting in color.
This logo simulates in 3D. It is the first to not have "O Show da Vida" in the title, simplifying the title.
First 3D logo, part of the logo is lying and the pyramid stood in the center of the title.
The logo features a spiral shape, the model that was soon well flashy. The logo is the colors azure blue and gold with orange illumination radiated by a little fireball around the outer space. This model served the following intros until the present day.
The 1995 logo was almost silvery around a fully fireball lit, this intro was only shown in sponsorship, which is based on the introduction from set totally virtual.
A golden spiral 2D logo is placed in an almost invisible plate, there is a white light in a space neutral background.
The logo was displayed in some GCs and even closures at the premiere of the next opening. The intro was displayed wrongly in August 7, 2011 and a sponsorship in January 22, 2012. Around the ray of light, spiral logo becomes light golden and back to 3D standard compared to the previous. The blue background is covered with clouds and some stars.
The logo had little decrease in width, golden color receives shadows and lights, the 3D model of the logo was stretched similar to the 1995 logo. In the background space is neutral, and sometimes, the space background turned blue. This "space" identity gave way to a program spin-off called "O Show da Vida é Fantástico" on Canal Viva.
The intros for intervals were used only in the special 2000th edition versions of these logos are used on screen during some news.
This is the retelling of the 2005 logo, except that the background is more simplified (as the clouds were removed from the background) and the title font is silver, reminiscent of Rede Globo's newly adopted gloss texture on its logo, which was launched on the same year.
April 27, 2014 - April 26, 2015
May, 5 2015 - March 5, 2017
2016 (Summer Olympics version)
March 12, 2017 - present
- For other related logos and images see: Fantástico/Other