Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Kinetic Typography

Kinetic typography is an animation technique mixing motion and text to express ideas using video animation. The text is presented over time in a manner intended to convey or evoke a particular idea or emotion.The first feature film to extensively use kinetic typography was in Alfred Hitchcock's 1959 film North by Northwest. Created by Saul Bass, the film's opening title sequence contained animated text, featuring credits that flew in from off screen and finally faded out into the film itself.
Kinetic typography is often produced using standard animation programs such as Adobe Flash, Adobe After Effects, and Apple Motion.

North by Northwest:

Fight Club by Adrian Moran:

Pulp Fiction by Christian Gjerde:

Kid President by Taylor English:

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