Stanley Kubrick’s use of the color red signifies death. The wide angle shots signify the isolation that is portrayed in the movie. The Shining is a classic movie.
This poster deign for Conan O’Brian is simple in its use of color, wording, and form. Only 3 colors are used for the entire poster: orange, white, and black. The design is an outline of Conan’s hairline, and his hair is made up of small print.
THe psychedelic strobe has me sucked into its glowing orb. The colorful forms draw me into the middle of the screen. I sure am glad I’m not prone to seizures.
The orange fade/transition is uncommon but it serves a purpose in Pulp Fiction. The fade serves as a transition between the Vince and Jules. It also signifies that Brett and his accomplices have been shot to death. This transition was wisely used.
Don’t be a — square. This clever shot in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction shows the importance of graphic design in cinema. In this scene, Mia Wallace tells Vince Vega, “Don’t be a…” and fills the rest of the line in with the graphic. It’s funny that she actually draws a rectangle.