A feast of words

The students and faculty at Brigham Young University put together this very imaginative and evocative video for The Typophile Film Festival 5 which is a film festival featuring a selection of typographical driven films from all around the world.

I love typography and look forward to the days when we’ll have more typographic freedom on the web without giving up searchability of the words. This little film is a feast for the eyes and as it points out – “Everyone eats and drinks, but few appreciate taste.”

In the mean time we have short films such as this stop motion one by BYU which is about the five senses contribute to and enhance creativity. The film was apparently shot using a RED One, a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, a Canon EOS 40D (love mine), and a Nikon D80. And they used Dragon Stop Motion apparently without any CG additions to complete the project. Bravo to everyone involved in this chef d’oeuvre.

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Thanks to @Minervity for tweeting the link.

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