The Comedy Film Alphabet References the Funniest Blockbusters

By: Courtney Scharf - Published: • References: stephenwildish.tumblr & laughingsquid
The Comedy Film Alphabet by Stephen Wilder depicts A to Z using the most memorable moments from the most beloved films of all time.

Wilder, who has done similar typographic projects using other film genres, is extremely talented and creative. Always using a similar format to showcase his movies-meets-illustration pieces, he is solidifying his name in this genre of pop culture art. The chart itself features a huge range of films from 'Anchorman' to 'Meet The Parents.' Though most are easy to understand, the piece acts as somewhat of a puzzle to viewers because the piece is not overtly obvious in its depictions. The minimalist style of the illustrations is what Wilder has become known for.

Sure to bring up a few fond memories to viewers, the Comedy Film Alphabet will be an enjoyable piece for film and art lovers alike. Stats for Hysterical Movie Typography Trending: Older & Chilly
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