Art of the title

Discover the magic of title design and its impact on storytelling. Dive into the world of iconic movie and TV show titles, and learn how they set the stage for unforgettable experiences.
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Author Pat Kirkham discusses the opening titles for Seconds, designed by Saul and Elaine Bass, from her authoritative book Saul Bass: A Life in Film and Design.[Director John] Frankenheimer, who was already working with Saul on Grand Prix, was of the opinion that Saul was the only person capable of designing an appropriate title sequence for Seconds, a Faustian sci-fi drama about a secret organization that offers the wealthy the chance to assume new identities and bodies. Rock Hudson stars…

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Animated title sequences from TV Graphics by Roy Laughton (Studio Vista: London and Reinhold Publishing Co.: New York, 1969). #60s #stevelawrence Design, Vintage, Minimalism, Painting, Motion Graphics, Retro Design, Design Observer, Print Magazine, Graphic

One of the least-celebrated but most original design genres during the mid- to late-’60s was TV animated title sequences. The ’50s were good for the single intro cards of Georg Olden and others at CBS but the next decade had a fount of superb black-and-white typo-mations. The following collection comes from TV Graphics by Roy Laughton (Studio Vista: London and Reinhold Publishing Co.: New York, 1969). Concerning the emergence of modern title sequences, Laughton notes, “It wou

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Imaginary Forces - Manhattan. Directors Dan Gregoras and Jeremy Cox explore the careful art of bomb-making and social planning in this main ... Manhattan Tv, Manhattan Series, Motion Design Video, Motion Graphics Design, Hiroshima Et Nagasaki, Title Design, Graphic Design, Art Of The Title, Crea Design

Imaginary Forces' directors Dan Gregoras and Jeremy Cox keep the pallet minimal and the details intriguing in the title sequence for the new WGN original series "Manhattan." Set in Los Alamos, NM, in 1943, the show "chronicles the lives and families of the scientists building the world’s deadliest weapon, and exposes a world full of secrets and consequences." [Watch]

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Jeremy Grant
Aletheia on the successes of founding a graphic design studio during a pandemic Graphic Design Studios, Graphic Design Typography, Graphic Design Posters, Graphic Poster, Graphic Design Inspiration, Web Graphic Design, Graphic Design Templates, Ästhetisches Design, Film Design

After throwing caution to the wind and starting a business during lockdown in Paris, friends and long-time collaborators Anthony Vernerey and Hugo Dumont have built an abundance of beautiful work.

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Samantha Wittwer