VIP Video Club

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1974-1986)

Visuals: On a black background, we see 12 copies of the VVC logo, which is a two-colored rounded square (black and white) with "VIP" on top and "VIDEO CLUB". The insides of the square then get replaced by a random shot of a film one by one in a diagonal manner. The action is then reverted, as the action repeats but in different squares. A full view of the VVC logo albeit its colors are inverted is then shown, which is then reverted back to its original colors shortly after. Following this, it cuts to 9 copies of the VVC logo with each square being replaced by a random shot of a film yet again, leaving only one copy of the logo untouched, followed by cutting to the full view of the logo yet again. this action repeats but with 6 copies of the logo, 4 copies of the logo, 2 copies of the logo, and lastly the full view of the logo once again, but with the action being performed on the 2 halves of the box for a short period of time.

Technique: Simple computer effects.

Audio: A synthesized render of the "William Tell: Overture, Finale" by Gioachino Rossini.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

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