One of the things I am getting more drawn towards in this new year is typography. It seems to be calling me where ever I look. Whever I go to the movies, I’m always the one that gets way too excited over the opening titles — seems these days most movies skip this very fun typographic part that I adore. The new movie Juno is on my must see list and I came across on the HOW Magazine blog the handdrawn type and illustrations of the opening titles by Shadowplay Studio. I love that even movie titles can be handmade, as noted in their tagline. You can watch the QT movie of the titles here. [ via ] Link.
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I love hand-drawn typography- which is why I’m such a big fan of Chris Ware. ALL of his typography is hand-drawn, which is extra amazing seeing how perfect it is. he did the recent movie poster for ‘Savages”, which is worth a look. The art of movie poster illustration is arguably a dying one (what with most things being photoshop these days), and so I get equally excited when I see one that is beautifully illustrated!
check out some polish versions of film posters. those guys know how to make a good illustrated poster.
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