Sofia Coppola | The young Coppola is as attentive to her typeface as she is to the atmospherically driven existential intensity of her filmmaking. Although the typography varies across her films, the inspiration seems consistent. Her choice of Kabel for Lost in Translation has become the most quintessential to her sleepy aesthetic. The font was borrowed from her soundtrack collaborator, the elusive Kevin Shields, who used the font on two My Bloody Valentine albums. Coppola’s similar choice…

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Diary entry by Charlotte Brontë, 1836. [via]

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Sarah Morris Strange Magic Film Poster M/M Paris

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Hitchcock / Truffaut

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Perhaps the most notable font favored by Bergman and used with relative frequency in his films is Windsor

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An A2 original artwork for Wes Andersons The Grand Budapest Hotel, made by recreating unique objects from the film.

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Dazzle Camouflage

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