Le Parody 007

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Title sequence designer Laurent Brett designed, animated and rendered in After Effects for the Michel Hazanavicius OSS 117, a 007 parody. Brett notes that the “references to Bass-Binder masters for this comedy-spy movie who take place in the 50′. Graphic idea came from a recurrent joke about JOKARI beach game which inspired me, lines, cubes and balls.”

Brett also designed the pitch-perfect 30s era titles for Hazanavicius’ semi-silent masterpiece, The Artist. See OSS 117 here.


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