One of the greatest things about this set, at least for a geek like me, was the little mini-posters that came with the tapes. They were tiny little things, about 3.5"x5", just pieces of cardboard really, but I loved them. I still do. These posters already have some big syncs attached to them, some of which I've written about on HappyCreatures.
In the writing I did for Happy Creatures, I touched on the similar themes of the three posters nearest to my grandfather's WTC hardhat. I never really thought much about them again in terms of sync data. They were just cute little mementos that brought me joy.
We're currently in the middle of a Kubrick sync storm, with everybody and their mother finding new clues and digging back into all the great works.
Jay Weidner calls him CubeBrick. The name play seems to evoke Legos, where one cube fits on top of another brick. There is an implied stackability.
Bill Klaus, one of the two recent additions to the Mask of God, has played with this idea as well--creating a fascinating work well worth checking out, called the Kubrick Transformer, where he has overlayed 2001 with the Shining.
MKUltrasound) has been doing similar work overlaying movies and albums, as well as creating photo collages.
Perhaps all of these influences twisted my mind in such a way that, while looking at my old Kubrick mini-posters the other day, I happened to see a strange correlation. **I should point out that I purchased every VHS released in that set, but only 8 of them came with mini-posters.**