Details: This poster shows nine images of VHS tapes. Each tape says 'Be Kind, Rewind'. In Pop Art style, the background of each image is brightly colored.
The Video Home System (better known by its abbreviation VHS) is a consumer-level video standard developed by Japanese company JVC and launched in 1976. A VHS cassette holds a maximum of about 430 m (1,410 ft.) of tape at the lowest acceptable tape thickness, giving a maximum playing time of about 3.5 hours for NTSC and 5 hours for PAL at 'standard' (SP) quality. The VHS cassette is a 187 mm wide, 103 mm deep, 25 mm thick (7 3/8 × 4 × 1) plastic clamshell held together with five Phillips head screws. The flip-up cover that protects the tape has a built-in latch with a push-in toggle on the right side. The recording media is a 12.7 mm (½ inch) wide magnetic tape wound between two spools, allowing it to be slowly passed over the various playback and recording heads of the video cassette recorder
This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.