Typography at 30fps – Pulp Fiction Dialogue Motion Design

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Just a fantastic piece of motion design, this video clip captures the intensity of a key scene from the film Pulp Fiction using almost nothing but letterforms. There are nice subtleties, like the little spatters that sync up with the desperate sounds made by the ‘victim’ after the trigger is pulled. And the heavy slab-serif font (Rockwell??) works so well. Great stuff. I think it was created for one of Ted Turner’s networks.

One Response to “Typography at 30fps – Pulp Fiction Dialogue Motion Design”

  1. matthew borrett Says:

    Hi there.

    I was just looking through your blog and found this piece. I actually go to Savannah College of Art and design and this piece was done for a class. Thought I would pass along the information.

    Have a great evening.

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