Psalty's Kids Co.

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Psalty was a blue anthropomorphic song book created by Ernie Rettino and Debby Kerner. His records were released through Maranatha! Music and Word, Inc. in the 1980s. The records would be spun off into live-action tapes in the early 1990s.

Logo (1990s-unknown retirement year)

Visuals: Fading in from black, there is a 2D illustration of Psalty wearing a yellow pool tube with an orange patch on it while pointing his right hand skyward. The words "PSALTY'S Kids Co." are stacked right next to him in two parts, with "PSALTY'S" on top in red and "KIDS (in red) CO. (in maroon)" on the bottom. A yellow star emerges from the tube and leaves a glittery rainbow trail as it moves to the right. The camera fades to black.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: A synth crescendo as the star rises and then bells and whistles as the logo fades out.

Availability: Found only on Psalty tapes, notably the Psalty's Songs For Li'l Praisers and Kid's Praise! series.

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