Slam Dunk Productions

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
WebWanderer

Captures by
Logohub

Video captures courtesy of
Originalsboy11 and Broken Saw

Background

This is J.D. Roth's vanity card.

(1992-1999)

Slam Dunk Productions.jpeg

Logo: On a black background, we see a white silhouette of a child jumping towards a basketball net with a dark colored basketball (which resembles a globe). The kid manages to make a slam-dunk (thus the company name). As it passes through the net, the basketball suddenly transforms into the words:

SLAM
DUNK

After this, "PRODUCTIONS", which is written in a fancier font and colored gold, slides in from the left and positions itself under the company name. There's also a line seen below "SLAM DUNK".

Technique: The boy making the dunk, the ball "transforming" into the words. Rough 2D animation barring the hoop, which appears to be CGI.

Music/Sounds: The sounds of the wind blowing when the boy is in the air, a "thud" when the ball hits the next, followed by the sounds of a cheering crowd.

Availability: Extinct. Was only seen on Double Up and Mad Libs.

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