Triax Entertainment Group

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Started by Lionel A. Ephraim, a former MTM Productions executive, and Don L. Parker. The company produced a lot of films in South Africa in the 80s before ultimately closing its doors in 1992.

Logo (November 1987-May 7, 1992)

Visuals: Over a blue background, the logo starts with many red parallelograms and many blue triangles flying around. With the many shapes, we see the multiple copies of the word "TRIAX" in silver and bold, also flying around. Finally the duplicates come in and form a 3D row. They come together to form a split-in-the-middle pyramid with "TRIAX" below the pyramid. The logo shines.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A very 80s synth tune and "whoosh" effect near the end. A silent variant does exist.

Availability: Seen on American Eagle, Merchants of War, Tattoo Chase, Murphy's Fault and Enemy Unseen, among others.
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