The title sequence often gets overlooked during film viewings, but 'A History Of The Title Sequence' looks to rectify that with a lighthearted video showcasing the various styles of famous designers.
Jurjen Versteeg, who directed and animated 'A History Of The Title Sequence,' emulated each designer's style while writing out their names, and it's quite amazing to finally find out who the people are behind some of the most intriguing title sequences.
My favorite of the bunch belongs to Danny Yount, who famously did the title sequence for Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Sherlock Holmes.
Implications - Consumers are no longer satisfied with computer-generated graphics because they're visually sterile, making it difficult for consumers to empathize with it. As such, corporations that are utilizing analog graphics are garnering much more consumer attention as they feel it has much more intrinsic value than their digital counterparts.
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