Woody Allen's typography

In a time when movie titles become more and more of a clueless “me too!” affair, Woody Allen’s unique (and relentless) typographic style is entirely praiseworthy. His white type on black opening titles rolling on old jazz or classical music became a part of Woody Allen brand, just like his neurotic dialogues and “his black-rimmed glasses” are.

The white type being Windsor-EF Elongated, by Elsner+Flake foundry.