The Great dictator: Kinetic Typography

A kinetic typography piece based around Charlie Chaplins speech from The Great Dictator. The piece was based off heavy research to ensure it was contextulised appropriatly and takes inspiration from World War 2 propeganda. Motion graphics and typeography were used as a way to highlight various parts of the speech and points it stands for. Adobe Illustrator, After Effects and Photoshop were used in order to create this project.

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