Vestal Video

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Raro VHS

1st Logo (1987-1988)

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Logo: On a black room, the camera focuses on a sculpture of a naked woman carrying a vase. It starts to spin after some seconds. We zoom out to see a light on the walls in which there's the shadow of the spinning sculpture, in which the camera later zooms on it. We fade out, and then in to gray with the words "VIDEOVESTAL" (with the second V larger to make the company name more understandable). The illumination goes brown, and the words dissolve.

Technique: Live-action.

Music/Sounds: "Ride of the Valkyries" by Richard Wagner.

Availability: Seen on their older tapes.

2nd Logo (1988-1989)

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Logo: On a black/blue starry background the Vestal logo from before flies in from the left. It then flies out.

Technique: Quite outdated for the 90's, and seems lacking effort compared to the previous logos.

Music/Sounds: See the last logo.

Availability: Seen on the company's more recent tapes.

3rd Logo (1989-1990)

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Logo: On a background of what appears to be a mirror of a woman head's sculpture with a triangle in the middle, a red yellow-bordered circle zooms out, while a yellow V-shaped triangle and the blue script "Vestal" move from both vertical sides to the center. The logo is then formed.

Technique: The animated background, the parts of the logo moving.

Music/Sounds: A dramatic fanfare.

Availability: On the company's tapes during the late 80's including one of Yo dibujare tu muerte.

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