Details on the 2014 SXSW Film Design Awards Title Design Finalists.
SXSW 2014 Film Awards: Title Design Finalists on Art of the Title
It’s Throwback Thursday! Let’s revisit Maurice Binder’s title work for Stanley Donen’s 1963 film Charade.
Charade on Art of the Title
Film titles: Goddard, Fellini, Kubrick, 1960. Young, 1962. Donen, 1963. Goddard, Brooks, 1967. Bogdanovich, 1973.
Perception are back with Bass/Binder/’60s inspired title work for Marvel’s One Shot short, All Hail the King.
Read the case study here: http://perceptionnyc.com/content/greasepaint-case-study
The Oscar Question: Why isn’t there an Academy Award for Best Title Design?
The answer is not a simple one, but we asked some of the top title sequence designers in the world their thoughts anyways.The Oscar Question on Art of the Title
Here are Alma Mater's 1st round 'typographic' concepts for The LEGO Movie end titles.
READ MORE: The Lego Movie on Art of the Title
Behind-the-scenes shots of the diorama building process from our latest article on The LEGO Movie end titles.
The Lego Movie on Art of the Title
It’s Throwback Thursday! Let Rosie Perez ‘Fight the Power’ in the opening titles to Spike Lee’s 1989 film Do the Right Thing.
Do the Right Thing on Art of the Title
Take a stop-motion animated journey into the world of The Lego Movie with Alma Mater’s brick-built end titles.
The nostalgic titles to the classic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid saddle the line between truth and legend.
Featuring bonus commentary from director David Fincher.Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid on Art of the Title