Script Book cover close up

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an animation about Brooklyn adolescent Miles Morales who is bitten by a radioactive spider that turns him into Spider-Man (but not the only one). The goal was to pick three key scenes from the movie and transform it into a typographic script book. It later expanded to transforming one scene into a type-based motion following the same aesthetic.
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Layout & Print Design
Book Design
Motion Design
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe After Effects
3 frames from the movie Into the Spider-verse
One of the recurring themes of the movie is “great expectations.” Through these three scenes, the reader navigates through Miles' self-discovery to understand who he is amidst these “great expectations.” Through color, texture, and type the mood is set in every spread. The aesthetic brings comic book elements and merge it with more graffiti and underground textures that link to Miles personality.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Spread from the book that says "Great Expectations"
Spread from the book that says "uncle aaroooooon"
Spread from the book that says "just keep going"
Spread from the book that says "he is rising"
Spread from the book that says "Miles Morales"


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