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Quentin Tarantino is known for his off-beat movie ideas and has cultivated a strong fan-base. Many of his strongest supporters can quote most lines from their favorite Tarantino movies and know the facts many others don’t bother to uncover.
However, one way those top fans may not have yet experienced Tarantino’s greatness is through a graphic designer’s interpretation of his popular movies with motion typography. As such, here are 10 outstanding examples of Tarantino’s movies in motion typography.
This motion typography video does a wonderful job of portraying a classic movie feel to match the WWII era of this Tarantino film. Fluid motion typography, effective color usage and a great movie scene are what make this such a great example.
Hear a good joke and watch some great motion typography in this example. The video covers Taratino’s cameo in the film Desperado with very fitting uses of old west styles.
This video is loud and in-your-face with large design elements and bold color usage. It’s an effective example of how design elements can be manipulated to portray human emotions.
This motion typography example covers one of the most famous scenes from Pulp Fiction and does so effectively. By combining large and small typographical elements, the design plays wonderfully with the background dialogue.
Another effective kinetic typography example is this video from scene 84 of Pulp Fiction. The design and typographical elements mix well and flow perfectly.
The movie scene covered in this motion typography clip is the climax of the Kill Bill movies. The creator’s use of typography appropriately portrays the climax with fluid motion and unexpected color splashes.
The impactful speech given in this movie scene from Inglourious Basterds is a great candidate for motion typography. The creator of this design example made wonderful use of texture, 3D elements and motion for a stunning result.
The comedic undertones to the opening dialogue of Reservoir Dogs are the perfect backdrop for this kinetic typography video. Simple, yet well-designed, it’s worth viewing.
This video is a rare example utilizing the actual movie scene and not just background dialogue. Pay close attention as the typography forms into a gun for an impactful result.
The typography in this example builds in perfect dramatic sequence to the background dialogue. Colors are appropriately used to give a sense of what’s occurring in this popular movie scene.
Some love him, some hate him, but there’s no denying the creative genius behind Tarantino’s films. These 10 examples of Tarantino’s films in motion typography show the interpretations others have of his movies and the creativity those films invoke. These motion typography creations also display how a movie scene can still be impactful when only using dialogue, typography, and graphic design elements.