Kyle Tezak

Posted by Alex

Kyle Tezak designed these icon collections to represent select films. Each film appears to get four icons, two colors, and a unique type treatment. You can see some of his work in-progress for this project on his Dribbble page.

I’m aware there are countless other projects that reduce films down to a few graphic elements. I particularly enjoyed this one because the elements are icons, not just squares and circles (albeit cleverly chosen ones). I find icon design trickier than poster design, and I am impressed with Kyle’s clear adeptness at the former.

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Sean says:

February 3, 2011 at 3:31 pm

I feel like a see a project like this everyday where they reduce cult films down to a single image or something, its pretty tired even though it looks nice


Damien says:

February 3, 2011 at 4:57 pm

Yeah these are really well done. Simple shape and colour techniques. I saw them initially on FFFFOUND! New imagery readily finds its way on there fast!


Joaquim Marquès Nielsen says:

February 4, 2011 at 7:24 am

Pretty neat! Overall the lines seem to have the perfect boldness and the perfect… I don’t know… They just have that SOMETHING that makes them all insanely great. I especially like the Romeo & Juliet one… Intelligent use of color here.