Alan Dunne
TV/Film Title Designer & Illustration
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Pablo Ferro

I'm taking part in the Brainbelt Illustration Collective's group exhibit in Filmbase, the HQ for the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. Each contributor was given the task of creating an illustration for a movie that is featuring at the festival.

As a TV/Film title designer, I was thrilled that my poster inspired by the documentary Pablo (2012)! It is about Pablo Ferro, the legendary film title designer known for his trademark hand drawn elongated type, fast bold editing and multiple screen techniques. He is also known for his wearing of a red scarf! His notable works are  in the titles Dr Strangelove, Stop Making Sense, The Thomas Crown Affair and Napoleon Dynamite titles.

Giclée quality prints in a variety of sizes available from Society 6:

Also available...
Limited Signed 
Edition of 30 
Heavy archival rag paper
50x40cm (Ikea frame friendly :))
€65 unframed:


Pablo The Movie: interview with director Richard Goldgewicht from Submarine Channel on Vimeo.

About Pablo (2012):
Using a blend of character animation, motion design and documentary footage, Pablo tracks Pablo Ferro's rise as a poor Cuban immigrant to the heights of the Madison Avenue commercial industry and then becoming one of the most celebrated designers of the movie history. The film centers Pablo's presence in the New York counter culture of the 1960's until the mystery that changed his life forever..

Brainbelt JDIFF 2013 Promo from Brainbelt on Vimeo.

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