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Typography on Film Posters

Discussion in 'Font Forum:' started by Greg, Oct 8, 2008.

  1. Greg

    Greg Active Member

  2. red tiger

    red tiger Member

  3. Mike

    Mike Senior Member

    Its ok I have only heard you mention it a couple of hundred times mate.

    you have room for growth
     
  4. red tiger

    red tiger Member

    If it's not one of the best films of all time, I'll eat my hat.

    Not to self: Buy organic, edible hat from organiclinker.com
     
  5. Mike

    Mike Senior Member

    lol, either that or it will be pants due to the over hyping it has received!
     
  6. red tiger

    red tiger Member

    You're right, maybe I should start dumbing it down a bit for my own sake. The trailer is just about the best thing my eyes have even seen, it's a visual well of happiness.
     
  7. LemonPromotions

    LemonPromotions Junior Member

    I have always been a great admirer of the typo work on the posters for Metropolis, a film that was about 50 years ahead of itself in so many ways.

    Metropolis (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I am assuming that the typo in the original title of this forum post is meant to be ironic....
     
  8. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    Nice example LemonPromotions, and no it wasn't intentional! the worrying thing was I didn't even notice! Just goes to show I should be proof reading my forum posts too :lol:

    I love the art deco stylings of the original poster, IMHO the 2002 version doesn't do the original justice!

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  9. Mike

    Mike Senior Member

  10. matt

    matt Member

  11. Gaz

    Gaz Member

    I love the new Quantum of Solace stuff. Also love the Dark Knight and Max Payne artwork too.
     

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