Is there any information regarding the logo on Ezra's jacket?

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There's certainly a more than passing similarity between the logo on Ezra's jacket and the company that does the sound production on Star Wars: Rebels, Skywalker Sound.

Ezra Logo vs. Skywalker Sound Logo

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Nor would this be the first time that this logo has been sneaked into a Star Wars property.

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Star Wars: Attack of the Clones - Speeder scene

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    Skywalker Sound was created out of the group that did sound for Star Wars. Just as ILM was the effects group. Both companies are part of Lusasfilm. At this point it would be more shocking to see animation not done by Lucasfilm animation, sound not done by Skywalker Sound, or effects not done by Industrial Light and Magic, than to note that any Star Wars property uses them. You can almost take it for granted. – Xalorous Nov 4 '16 at 18:03
  • @Xalorous - Well indeed. – Valorum Nov 4 '16 at 18:11
  • The Skywalker Sound idea is definitely smart and probably true, but there would have to be an in-universe explanation. My theory is that Sabine took inspiration from Ezra's jacket to create the Starbird. This would make sense since they were very close and Sabine often took inspiration from the Ghost crew. What was the logo before Sabine thought about it? My guess is that it has something to do with the planet of Lothal, since it has a very "Loth" look to it. – SnipsTano Mar 29 at 15:31
  • @SnipsTano - Probably a Loth-cat – Valorum Mar 29 at 16:22
  • @SnipsTano - except that, as Valorum states in a previous comment above, Sabine was already using the starbird prior to meeting Ezra, certainly prior to becoming very close to him. – NKCampbell Mar 29 at 18:40

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