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5 Awesome Kinetic Typography Videos Based On The Social Network

The Social Network‘s been out on DVD and Blu-Ray for a while, but today we’d like to revisit some of its most memorable scenes through five awesome kinetic typography videos. Kinetic typography is an animation technique that uses text and motion to express an idea, The Social Network Kinetic Typography videosor visualize the accompanying audio. The makers of these clips really succeeded in putting the Facebook movie’s dialogue in-your-face.

Mr. Zuckerberg, do I have you full attention?

By Spencer Bailey.

Going Live

By Jorge Sandoval.

Did I adequately answer your condescending question?


By Max Wood, his final 2nd year submission for Visual Studies.

Full Attention

by Angel A. Acevedo, with a clever ending that’s also available as a poster print.

What the hell is the chicken?

By Julian Knowlton, his final project for “Post Production Techniques”.

All audio was taken from The Social Network (2010) by David Fincher and Adam Sorkin.

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