Kinetic Typography – Pulp Fiction

Kinetic typography is an animation technique that combines text and motion. Kinetic typography presents text from monologues, exchanges, speeches, movie credits, and other visual images in the form of moving text.

May I present, by way of example, a portion of the infamous “breakfast scene” with Samuel L. Jackson from “Pulp Fiction.”

Indeed.

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