Top 10 Title Sequences of 2020 (2020)

Top 10 Title Sequences of 2020

The Best Title Sequences of 2020 

It’s been a year like no other. A year when so many of us turned to screens to connect or, indeed, to disconnect; when we ached for a dollop of entertainment, a moment of escape or a dose of comfort, for something familiar or something completely new. 

This year, for Art of the Title’s seventh annual list of the year’s top 10 title sequences, we’re doing something new. We reached out to our community to pull in new voices and to expand the team that calls the shots for the Top 10 Title Sequences of the Year. 

Chosen by Art of the Title’s panel of experts

The 2020 panel includes: Yussef Cole, motion graphic designer and writer; Manija Emran, creative director and co-founder, Me & The Bootmaker; Frank William Miller, Jr., design director, Matter Unlimited; Robin Nishio, director and graphic artist; Louise Sandhaus, graphic designer, educator and author; plus Art of the Title’s founder Ian Albinson and Editor-in-Chief Lola Landekic.

The panel chose this year’s top titles from among film, television, video games, web series, events and conferences. These title sequences were painstakingly animated, painted, composited, illustrated, torn and pasted, shot, performed and typeset by teams large and small all around the world, navigating a global pandemic, with budgets modest and mighty, over video calls, in state-of-the-art facilities and in home studios. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the most interesting and innovative work to hit screens this year. 

Art of the Title’s Top 10 Title Sequences of 2020


10. Between the World and Me

Created by Elastic

Brisk and brimming with energy. So begins Between the World and Me, the HBO special based on the adaptation and staging of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s non-fiction book of the same name. 

Produced by creative director Hazel Baird, art director Diego Coutinho and a team at studio Elastic, the special’s opening titles set up Coates’s experiences growing up in inner-city Baltimore and explore issues surrounding Black life in the United States. Coutinho drew inspiration from Coates’s books (the cover art…

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