Back when I was a student at Goshen College, I wrote a paper on the movie Seven for my Film Appreciation course. I recall writing an in-depth description about the film’s title sequence, in particular, its sense of style and cinematography. At the time, I had never seen a film’s opening sequence that so perfectly setup the movie and was, in itself, a work of art. Since then, I have come to know that the man behind this and other similarly brilliant pieces of work is Kyle Cooper, a man I both envy and admire. Cooper is a motion graphics designer who co-founded Imaginary Forces in 1996 and worked on a number of well known films before he left in 2003 and founded the creative agency Prologue. I invite you to listen to a short talk on film motion graphics and designing by Cooper as well as look over his impressive bodies of work.
Kyle Cooper Demo Reel
Kyle Cooper Interview Part: One (Part Two Link)
Seven Title Sequence:
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