Tim Keller Motion Graphics: True & Better

Kenny Jahng —  2011/05/17 — 3 Comments

Kinetic Typography — that’s the official name of the motion graphics you’ve been seeing pop up all over the net these days. It’s powerful when done right.

Now you’ve seen a lot of great motion graphics on the web. Here’s one example to set frame of reference:

But there’s a specific flavor of motion graphics that deals with moving typography. Temporal typography to be more specific. And here, we have something called KINETIC TYPOGRAPHY which is produced by a new type of creative producer called a kinetic typographer these days. So get ready for more kinetic typography in the months and years to come.

Here’s some examples of great kinetic typography I’ve seen recently. And a big bang at the end.

And finally, we’re also seeing some of this format being applied within ministry media applications. I’ve included a fabulous one as the last one in this listing below as a “TRUER & BETTER” final example. . .

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And finally, the true and better example featuring words of truth by Rev. Tim Keller by Peter Artemenko:


Do you know of any other examples of amazing motion graphics – kinetic typography? Share a URL below!

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3 responses to Tim Keller Motion Graphics: True & Better

  1. Hey there – I must say, I am impressed with your website. I had no trouble navigating through all the tabs and the info was very simple to access. I found what I needed in no time at all. design Pretty awesome.

  2. Michael Nelson 2011/08/04 at 9:14 AM

    This is the best use of kinetic typography I've ever seen, I get goose bumps every time I watch it, It's John Piper speaking:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O68MByaMVdM

  3. The video for LINK (North Korea) and also for Platt’s Radical are good….

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