The Fonts of Quentin Tarantino
Giovanni Blandino writes:
Nods to other films, a potpourri of genres, the same recurring obsessions and oodles of quirkiness: the hallmarks of Quentin Tarantino can also be seen in the lettering used in the opening credits of his films. How many other directors could pull off using four different fonts in the space of a couple of seconds, as seen in Kill Bill? Then there are the homages to spaghetti western lettering, the borrowing of sixties B-movie fonts and a few typefaces that feature in practically every film.
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