David Airey is an independent brand identity designer working with companies of all sizes since 2005.
Published on February 25th, 2007 Read the 7 comments »
Here’s a nice example of typography, designed around a scene from the excellent Tarantino movie, Pulp Fiction. Please be aware that there’s some harsh language throughout the video clip.
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Brilliant. Also here, http://www.motionographermedia.com/jarrattmoody/intonation.mov.
That’s wicked mate
that is pretty bad!
that was ment for the other post (above this) oops!
Haha, thanks for the confirmation erika. You had me wondering with that first comment. I was a little worried that the language offended you :)
Thanks for commenting Blip.
I corrected the link you posted as it didn’t work. Here it is (it’s the same typography clip but as a quicktime movie):
I realize this an old post but I wanted to comment and get your eye on my little attempt at kinetic typography: http://www.artwerk.com/videos/BaleRant-by-FrontCreative.mov I’m sure you’ve seen it, but there’s a few youtube groups using kinetic type – it’s really quite brilliant how people interpret music, movies or, in my case, hollywood star rantings. Cheers, Rob.
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