This episode features posters for Gemini, Hondros, Pacific Rim: Uprising, The Death of Stalin, Red Sparrow, Flower, Thoroughbreds, and Unsane, with some interesting interactions between the characters (the type) and the characters (the people.)
A supernatural beginning and a downright weird ending: this episode looks at posters for Black Hollow Cage, Nostalgia, The Female Brain, Driving While Black, Game Night, Mute, Rehepapp (November), and Are We Not Cats.
Murder and mayhem, and some interpersonal tension: this episode looks at posters for The Strange Ones, Proud Mary, The Commuter, Small Town Crime, Inside, Dim the Fluorescents, The Neighbor, and A Ciambra.
Art director and musician Yves Peters casts an eye over the nominees and winners in the design categories at the Recording Academy’s sixtieth annual awards.
Defying legibility conventions. Shattering images. Subverting any sense of scale. Turning the world upside down. This episode looks at posters for The New Radical, The Shape of Water, Foxtrot, Kaleidoscope, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Downsizing, The Phantom Thread, and…
This episode of ScreenFonts unexpectedly turned out to resemble a blind taste test. I look at posters for My Friend Dahmer, Roman J. Israel, Esq., Mugen no jûnin (Blade of the Immortal), Along for the Ride, Thelma, Most Beautiful Island,…
From gritty to ethereal, beauty takes many forms. This episode of ScreenFonts features posters for mother!, Woodshock, Flatliners, Battle of the Sexes, Marshall, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Bunker77, and Wexford Plaza.
From mouse type to elephantine heads, one size does not necessarily fit all. Whether you go big or go little, type crafted for specific sizes will give your typography the royal treatment.
From spare simplicity to sepia-infused nostalgia: the March episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for The Comedian, On The Rocks, A United Kingdom, XX, From Nowhere, Kiki, Table 19, and Logan.