Quintavisión (Spain)

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (1988)

Visuals: On a white background, a sailing ship with two black arcs above it is shown, as well as a black bar with the word "Quintavisión" in it. The screen zooms out, revealing the copies of the logo with a blue frame stretching rapidly. The logo zooms in.

Technique: Computer effects.

Audio: The 4 brass mellow synth notes, which were also used in the Panavideo Group logo.

Availability: Seen on a VHS release of Hobgoblins.

2nd Logo (1989)

Visuals: On a detailed multi-color two-grid perspective background, a green cube with inner circle cutouts on each face with a small green circle in each face is seen rotating from the distance, and adjusts position as the borders glow. The behind remains fade out, and "QUINTA VISION" writes in underneath. The background turns white, and the elements readjust their positions, before they zoom away not so long after.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: "It's Good to Be the Queen" by Sylvia Robinson.

Availability: Spotted on their release of Maximum Security.

3rd Logo (1990)

Visuals: On a magenta light ray gradient background with two fuzzy shapes with pointy ends that rotate clockwise for the remainder of the logo, a white bordered blue/red rectangle with an italic "5" attached to the border of the shape, as well as "a" next to the number and "vision" underneath zooms and spins over with a dissolving trail. Shortly after, the logo itself dissolves, remaining the background intact.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: "Rough Ride" by Paul McCartney.

Availability: So far shown on the 1990 release of Goldeneye (1989).

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