Vestron Music Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background:

Vestron Music Video was a label set up by Vestron Video to distribute music-related videos such as concert films.

Logo (1982-1987)


Visuals: On a red background, several black and white upside-down triangles, one after the other, form an upside-down triangle with a trail. A music note bisects this, making a trailed "V".

V E S T R O N

M U S I C V I D E O™

in white is shown above.

Technique: None. [possible misuse]

Audio: None.

Availability:

  • Vestron Music Video only released six tapes of music-related content.
  • Note that sometimes the logo appears only as a print logo; for example, the tape Making Michael Jackson's Thriller has the logo on the box, but starts with the normal Vestron Video logo instead.
  • It also appears on the 1985 UK VHS release of Liberace Live and the 1987 Laserdisc release of Elvis Memories, respectively.
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