Title sequences never seem to get much love so I’m excited to see these two collections. I won’t even begin to list the large number of things I’ve watched but some of these are beyond words. What makes title sequences so fastening is how they become part of the work themselves. I am especially fascinated but those that are graphics that aren’t directly related to the movie/video/etc. Title sequences shouldn’t be overly invasive. There purpose is to excite and engage the viewer; offer that teaser of a seductive plot you can’t look away form. And, when it is really well done, it will excite someone years to come. Cut out the James Bond theme music and watch the visual progression of the series’ title sequences. These designs know what they are creating for and how to communicate those feelings to the audience. And that’s a powerful thing.
- Artist Series
- Broadcast Designers
- iPhone Interface Design
- Journalism in the Age of Data
- Pica Towers
- Seventy-nine Short Essays On Design
- Short Films
- Stitch Bitch
- Story of Stuff
- Thirty Conversations on Design
- Title Sequences
- What Is Art and Does It Matter?
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