It’s Throwback Thursday!
Explore a mysterious atoll with title designer Paul Julian in the opening of Roger Corman’s Attack of the Crab Monsters!
Watch the Attack of the Crab Monsters title sequence on Art of the Title
posted 16 October, 2014
New this week!The eyes have it in Kyle Cooper’s murky and distorted titles for 1997’s Nightwatch.
Watch the Nightwatch title sequence on Art of the Title
posted 14 October, 2014
NEW THIS WEEK:
Saul Bass delivers a commanding piece of photography and editing for the titles to Otto Preminger’s 1963 film The Cardinal.
Watch The Cardinal sequence on Art of the Title
posted 08 October, 2014
Architectural drawings as titles in 1948’s Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House.
Watch the Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House sequence on Art of the Title
posted 02 October, 2014
New this week!The world’s best and brightest come together for a terrible purpose in Imaginary Forces’ titles for the TV series Manhattan.Watch the Manhattan title sequence on Art of the Title
posted 30 September, 2014
Animator and independent filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt creates the Simpsons Couch Gag for the Season 26 premiere episode “Clown in the Dumps.”
Watch The Simpsons title sequence on Art of the Title
posted 29 September, 2014
New this week!
Saul Bass bottles the essence of the Old West with pen and ink line drawings and era-appropriate typography in the opening to Cowboy (1958).
Watch the Cowboy sequence on Art of the Title
posted 23 September, 2014
It’s Throwback Thursday!Before 007, title designer Maurice Binder took on the 1959 Peter Sellers comedy The Mouse That Roared with this delightful animated sequence. You may never look at the Columbia Pictures lady quite the same way! Watch the Mouse That Roared sequence on Art of the Title
posted 18 September, 2014
"Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology."
Steve Austin becomes The Six Million Dollar Man in one of the greatest show openers of the 1970s.
Watch the Six Million Dollar Man sequence on Art of the Title
posted 16 September, 2014
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posted 09 September, 2014
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