DESIGNED AND PRODUCED AT PROLOGUE FILMS
CREATIVE DIRECTOR / DESIGNER: ANA CRIADO
CREATIVE DIRECTOR / PRODUCER: KYLE COOPER
DESIGN: ANA CRIADO & CHRISTIAN ANTOLIN & FERNANDO DOMÍNGUEZ CÓZAR
DESIG ANIMATION AND ART DIRECTION: FRANCISCO SÁNCHEZ DE CAÑETE & NADER HUSSEINI
EDITOR: RACHEL FOWLER
STORY CONSULTANT / HISTORIAN: KURT MATTILA
Resurrecting an Art Form. TV got good again. Six Feet Under helped redefine what a TV show could be. We are proud to be a part of that ambition – to just make it better. The TV title sequence is a branding endeavor and a legitimate art form. It is the sole, consistent, and iconic moment that carries through a show’s lifespan and beyond. It’s what you remember most. DK is the most Emmy-nominated firm in the category. We seek assignments that tell a separate, parallel story. These are little art films really, that find their own voice, all while arming audiences with each show’s unique psychology and worldview.
Six Feet Under Main Title from DIGITAL KITCHEN on Vimeo.
This title sequence moves from macro to micro; all made possible with custom-built microscopic motion control camera, and a love for the art of title sequences.
FITC Amsterdam 2014 Title Sequence from David Brodeur on Vimeo.
Bringing fresh energy to motion comics -animating panels as vibrantly dead as any Romero classic- Daniel Kanemoto’s fan-made title sequence for AMC’s new series The Walking Dead gives new form and perspective to the work of an impressive string of creatives. The original comic was given life by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard from issue #7.
The infinite regress found in the hunt of our ghoulish selves found in source material this good should allow for deeper exploration into the allure of the walking dead.
The Eels’ Fresh Blood makes it.
Find out more here.
THE WALKING DEAD “Opening Titles” from Daniel Kanemoto on Vimeo.
From Joyce Ho at Breeder.
Find out how it was done here.
ADBNE 2013 – Opening Titles from BREEDER on Vimeo.
Pet that pussycat, pop that cork, grab that bull by the horns. The titles for Showtime’s highly acclaimed new series Masters of Sex take us on a cheeky ride of erotic euphemisms. Through liberal use of stock footage, animation, carnal close-ups, and clips of the clinical, Santa Monica-based studio Elastic playfully explores variations on taboo.
Article on the making of here.
“Masters of Sex” from Elastic on Vimeo.
Khrushchev wrestles Alice in a graphite-pencil fever dream.
For a miniseries about the CIA during the Cold War, Digital Kitchen decided to take a more subtle approach to the title design. The coded opening earned them their 12th Emmy nomination for Outstanding Main Title Design.
The Company – Main Title Sequence from Dave Molloy on Vimeo.