Fig Productions has created the title sequences for Jean-Jacques Annaud’s $90m (£60m) Second World War epic Enemy at the Gates, which is released on 16 March. Work on the film’s title design started last August. The end titles run for six-and-a-half minutes, claimed to be one of the longest closing sequences ever created, and use 10,000 frames. Created by Fig creative director and designer Richard Morrison, the titles use a bespoke typeface, designed by Dean Waresto, that emulates the Cyrillic alphabet.
The trainline has launched an awareness campaign around recycling and sustainability, and has commissioned illustrator Rebecca Sutherland to “upcycle” old newspapers and drink cans into intricate sculptures for it.
The organisation, which offers practical support and advice to children, young people, families and schools, has been given a new identity by Chromatic Brands in time for national Anti-Bullying Week.
MinaLima, the graphic design duo behind the Harry Potter film series, has created all the enchanting props that are due to appear in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of
“Living with less”, “living with others” and “living on the move” are some of the themes in the new show at the Design Museum delving into future visions of the