A brief history of title design

March 17, 2011 § 5 Comments

From silent movies’ mono-stroke letterforms and characters with small serifs to Hitchcock’s typography in motion, James Bond’s gun barrel sequence, digital graphics and Catch me if you Can’s Coolvetica, a lot has changed in the art of making title sequences. Here is a brief history of title design.

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