- Includes DVD
- Publisher: Index Book
- Year: 2008
- Pages: 320 pages
- Format: 25x30 cm
- Weight: 2.500 Kg
- Features: hardcover with jacket
- Languages: Spanish
- ISBN: 978-84-96309-78-4
- REF: 5408
Uncredited is the first book to offer a general and historic insight into the role played by graphic design in films, from the dawn of cinema to the present day. It presents a critical analysis of the opening title sequences, thus throwing a light on the typographic work and composition of anonymous designers or of those rarely accredited. An analysis which, as well as revisiting the most well known artists such as Saul Bass, Pablo Ferro, Maurice Binder or Kyle Cooper; it uncovers the incursion of prestigious designers into this specialty such as Tibor Kalman, Milton Glaser, David Hillman, Juan Gatti or Simon Taylor. This book includes over 1,000 films and over 300 sequences of opening titles, from more than 150 creators. A must for those in search of global knowledge about one the most recognized and unrecognized graphic specializations - the background for today's and inevitably, the future's trends in motion graphics design. The book also includes a DVD containing a selection of the titles analyzed within its pages, in QuickTime format. "From the classic to the contemporary via the cult, the camp and the chilling, great movies have always relied on animators, typographers and graphic designers to create title sequences that set the scene. This stunning coffee-table tome waxes lyrical, technical and poetical on the old masters (Saul Bass, Maurice Binder) and the modern (Kyle Cooper, the Fuel agency) while wondering where the hell StarWars and James Bond would be without their iconic openings." (Monocle #07, Oct. 2007)
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