31 January 2012
From sci-fi to Dickens: onscreen, animated typography by Momoco
In Eye 80, Anne-Marie Conway wrote about Momoco’s way with on-screen typography (see ‘Credits where due’).
The London-based studio, set up by Miki Kato and Nic Benns twelve years ago, specialise in film and television titles, with a portfolio spanning romantic comedy, generic horror, sci-fi thrillers, comedy and drama. For this Type Tuesday, we take a look at some of their more recent work.
Top: Titles for environmental thriller Ice (2010).
Above: Title sequence for recent BBC drama Great Expectations.
Below: For Channel 4 comedy series Fresh Meat.
Above: Credits for Luther (BBC).
‘Credits where due’ by Anne-Marie Conway was originally published in Eye 80, Summer 2011.
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