Bruguera Documentary Title Sequence



This unique title sequence, created by No Domain was inspired by 'the minimalistic environments used commonly in Bruguera drawings, and by enfolding each one of them with delicate and transparent lithographic films representing the invisible soul of the graphic editorial print process of the era.'

The documentary, directed by Carles Prats, focused on 'Editorial Bruguera, the home of the emblematic spanish comic "Mortadelo y Filemon" among others.'

The music behind this simple, yet effective idea is created by Jaime Stinus who uses 80's toy syntetheizers to complete the effect.


By: Lisa
Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012

Tags: Motion, Carles Prats, music, No Domain, simple, Title Sequence, Typography

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