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History of Movie Special Effects

Contributed by Shiva Nallaperumal on Sep 6th, 2015. Artwork published in
circa 2014
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    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Max Phillips’ wonderful workhorse FF Spinoza is used beautifully for this designer’s personal web project about film effects from the past to present. Designed in a simple, accessible manner, the typeface performs superbly both as a textface and display.

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    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Screen Shot 2015-09-05 at 1.08.38 PM.png
    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Screen Shot 2015-09-05 at 1.08.05 PM.png
    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Screen Shot 2015-09-05 at 1.07.54 PM.png
    Source: http://www.nerval.ch Pierre Georges. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    • FF Spinoza
    • Open Sans

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    2 Comments on “History of Movie Special Effects”

    1. Sep 6th, 2015  9:41 pm

      The site is nicely done, and it’s an uncommon and welcome typeface choice. The text is lacking some basic typographic sophistication, though, like oldstyle numerals and proper apostrophes.

    2. Peiran Tan says:
      Dec 6th, 2015  8:31 am

      So many things this site got right. Weirdly, I feel Spinoza is very similar to Minion in smaller sizes and bold.

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