American Producers Associated

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (Late 1980s)

Visuals: Against a blue space background, a blue star comes in from the upper-left corner, stopping in the center before zooming off into space. A gold triangle with an eye inside it comes up from the bottom of the screen, zooming off into space before coming back at the top of the screen and flashing like the blue star. Another blue flash happens behind the eye, throbbing rather than disappearing, and the bottom part of a pyramid (with the date MCMLXXXVI (1986) at the bottom of it) zooms in beneath the eye. A gold ribbon then comes up from the bottom of the screen, stopping in front of the pyramid, and then flipping down to the bottom of the pyramid. The words “AMERICAN PRODUCERS ASSOCIATED” reveal themselves left-to-right across the ribbon. The blue star then engulfs the top half of the logo, and the entire thing zooms back out into space.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: A synthesized orchestral tune, featuring a heavenly choir.

Availability: Seen exclusively on the VHS of Bad Taste.

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