Abacus Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Background

Abacus Video was an independent video distributor that was founded by Steve Davis (The son of George Davis who founded Iver Film Services), Wendy Moorhen, and former Walton Video executive Gerald Good in late November of 1982. The company eventually shut down in January 1984 and Steve Davis later on founded another independent video distributor called Arion Communications Ltd.

Logo (November 1982-January 1984)


Visuals: On a yellow background, the company's logo in blue zooms in and it then zooms out as it flips vertically and is then shown on top.

Technique: Zooming and flipping effects.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on many pre-cert releases from the company, such as Seeds of Evil, Life is Beautiful, and They Call Me Hallelujah.

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