The Art of the Title Sequence

In the world of digital design, the title sequence has been overlooked by many film & TV viewers. This video looks at the purpose of the title sequence and its artistic merit as well as how it’s able to convey certain narratives, tones and characters without explicitly telling the audience.

With this project, I was able to grasp the fundamentals of design thinking and how to communicate information visually. I also gained a lot of experience working with different programs for one project


Created by – Andrea Garcia


Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod 

Sunset by Podington Bear


Dr. No, 1962 United Artists

Catch Me If You Can, 2002 DreamWorks Pictures

Feud, 2017 20th Television

Mad Men, 2007 Lionsgate Television

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, 2018 Sony Pictures Releasing

Game of Thrones, 2011 Warner Bros. Television Distribution

True Detective, 2014 Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Sherlock Holmes, 2009 Warner Bros. Pictures

Black Mirror, 2011 Endemol Shine UK

Amelie, 2001 UGC-Fox Distribution

Moonrise Kingdom, 2011 Focus Features

Fight Club, 1999 20th Century Fox

The Shining, 1980 Warner Bros.

Seven, 1995 New Line Cinema

Back To The Future, 1985 Universal Pictures

Spider-Man 2, 2004 Sony Pictures Releasing

Westworld, 2016 Warner Bros. Television Distribution

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