Los Angeles Times

mar 23rd, 2013
<<The most memorable credit sequences always do reflect the spirit of a film in some unique way, of course. The mini-film before the film title sequence from “Catch Me if You Can” created by the design firm Kuntzel + Deygas comes instantly to mind>>
 
By Deborah Netburn in:
Oz the Great and Powerful’ and the art of the opening title sequence
 
A nice occasion to watch again some smart and dazzling  title or credit sequences such as the ones for The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Big Lebowski, Golfingers.
 

Catch Me If You Can opening title sequence.

mai 28th, 2003
Opening title sequence for Catch Me If You Can, a film by Steven Spielberg.
Music by John Williams.

Catch Me If You Can, Premiere in London.

avr 15th, 2003
Set decoration for the Premiere private party in London.

 

Catch Me If You Can, Academy Awards advertising campaign posters.

mar 22nd, 2003
From a serie of 25 visuals created for the Academy Awards ad campaign.

Bonjour

avr 1st, 1990
Bonjour. Ici Olivier Kuntzel et Florence Deygas.
We are a duo of visual artists. We  live and work in Paris.
We focus on creating characters such as beauties and beasts in various shapes, black and white italian existentialist dogs, cartoon characters that might have run (ruined) the world , living lamp and speakers. All child of our imagination.
These creations randomly meets high end design, fashion, and also cinema.
We made projects with: Ahkah, American Express, Azzaro Couture, Baccarat, Colette, Comme des Garçons, Diptyque, Goyard, Guerlain, Isetan Tokyo, Jaeger-Lecoultre, Joyce Hong Kong and Paris, Le Bon Marché, Mitsukoshi Tokyo, Nokia, Veuve Clicquot, Vogue Nippon…
Cinema: Agathe Cléry, Catch Me If You Can, Le petit Nicolas, On Otto, The Pink Panther

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