Shadowplay’s “Juno” handiwork.

September 4, 2010 at 6:51 pm Leave a comment

Shadowplay Studio has quickly risen to the top of my completely unofficial people-who-design-amazing-opening-credits list. Two of their most well-known projects include the title credits for Thank You For Smoking and Up in the Air, but my personal favorite is still the work they did on Juno. According to Shadowplay’s website, the “hand-crafted animation shows Juno walking through her neighborhood. The title sequence incorporates over 900 xeroxed, hand colored cut-outs of Juno.” Pretty incredible. Plus they documented the process and put a bunch of the pictures up on Flickr, so credit lovers like me can drool over the process some more.

September 4’s daily design idea is hand craftsmanship is all the more impressive in a technologically dominated environment.


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