I’ve seen typography movies befores. That is to day, a movie which is simply animated words, rather than images (though I guess technically when the words are animated and delivered via a movie they should be considered images — but you get my drift).
In any case, I ran across this today (via Boing Boing) and I really enjoyed watching it, so I thought I’d share it with you.
SCAD student Jarratt Moody is in Time-based Typography I here at SCAD (a course for which I’m currently the teaching assistant), and he recently finished up a really nice piece for the first project in the class. The basic idea of the project is to take a piece of audio from wherever (movie, song, poetry reading, answering machine) and then represent that audio on screen using only typography.