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spica.s, 2014.9.12

spica.s, 2014.9.12

spica.s, 2014.9.12

spica.s, 2014.9.12

spica.s, 2014.9.12

spica.s, 2014.9.12
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"As we turn the corner, the local bakery is getting its powdered sugar delivered, funneled into the cellar by the barrelful as if it were cement, and we can see nothing but the shadows of the deliverymen in the white, sweet cloud. The street is billowing, and Nick pulls me close and smiles that smile again, and he takes a single lock of my hair between two fingers and runs them all the way to the end, tugging twice, like he’s ringing a bell. His eye­lashes are trimmed with powder, and before he leans in, he brushes the sugar from my lips so he can taste me." — Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn.

"As we turn the corner, the local bakery is getting its powdered sugar delivered, funneled into the cellar by the barrelful as if it were cement, and we can see nothing but the shadows of the deliverymen in the white, sweet cloud. The street is billowing, and Nick pulls me close and smiles that smile again, and he takes a single lock of my hair between two fingers and runs them all the way to the end, tugging twice, like he’s ringing a bell. His eye­lashes are trimmed with powder, and before he leans in, he brushes the sugar from my lips so he can taste me." — Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn.

"As we turn the corner, the local bakery is getting its powdered sugar delivered, funneled into the cellar by the barrelful as if it were cement, and we can see nothing but the shadows of the deliverymen in the white, sweet cloud. The street is billowing, and Nick pulls me close and smiles that smile again, and he takes a single lock of my hair between two fingers and runs them all the way to the end, tugging twice, like he’s ringing a bell. His eye­lashes are trimmed with powder, and before he leans in, he brushes the sugar from my lips so he can taste me." — Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn.
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Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”

Art Of The Title: Taxi Driver (1976) by Dan Perri
One of the purpose for creating a title design is  to tease the audience, what are they going to see for the next 2 hours? Hopefully, those first minutes makes them glued to the their seat and enjoy the adrenaline rush before the movie starts.
For Dan Perri’s design in Taxi Driver, we see the world of Travis Bickle through his own eyes as he observes the city streets in New york. This provides an insight into Travis mind and his relationship with the city. Then we hear Bernard Herrman’s iconic saxophone medley theme song to support the melancholy mood, and it just fits perfectly. Also, the use of beautiful vibrant colors contrast with a night scenery. The title design is haunting and beautiful, and somehow you can help but think “okay, what the hell am I getting myself into?” you can almost hear Scorsese replying,”Oh you have no idea.”
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thefilmstage:

Al Pacino confirms Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is happening, adds a new cast member, updates on Brian De Palma's Joe Paterno biopic, and more at TIFF.
Read on here.
thefilmstage:

Al Pacino confirms Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is happening, adds a new cast member, updates on Brian De Palma's Joe Paterno biopic, and more at TIFF.
Read on here.
thefilmstage:

Al Pacino confirms Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is happening, adds a new cast member, updates on Brian De Palma's Joe Paterno biopic, and more at TIFF.
Read on here.
thefilmstage:

Al Pacino confirms Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is happening, adds a new cast member, updates on Brian De Palma's Joe Paterno biopic, and more at TIFF.
Read on here.
thefilmstage:

Al Pacino confirms Martin Scorsese's The Irishman is happening, adds a new cast member, updates on Brian De Palma's Joe Paterno biopic, and more at TIFF.
Read on here.
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princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
princessgracekelly1956:

April 12 1956 - Grace Kelly Arrives in Monaco
Gifs from The Wedding In Monaco
'This night, under the family lamps in Monégasquean homes, there will be much talk of your beauty, Miss Kelly, of your youthfulness, and that of the prince, and of the inscrutable faith that unites you
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1953
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spica-france:

【 #SPICA.S 】 Lors de la séance photo(Crédit : 스피카추)
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Park JuHyun

Park JuHyun

Park JuHyun