Valhalla Design & Conquer | Violent death of Art Direction
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Violent death of Art Direction

Violent death of Art Direction

This is a great piece, written by Chris Worth on Linked In.

“Take a look at the image above. It’s from the opening credits to Deadpool, a film set in the Marvel Comics universe. A single frame doesn’t do it justice – the camera follows an intricate journey around a beautifully complicated scene. So before you do anything else, watch it.

The sequence ticks every box on the brief. It gives a taste of what’s to come, and introduces the characters and tone. But beyond the brief, it achieves something greater: it gives value to the viewer.”

 

Read the rest here.

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