More recently, Wes Anderson has done the same with his films (The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, etc), using Futura (specifically Futura Bold) almost exclusively in the artwork, credits, and even within the films.
The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). A wonderful character-comedy that skilfully laces its laughs with melancholy, Anderson’s confident third feature established a style that has served him well since. And his ear for the perfect music cue is as sharp as it’s ever been.
Think of a scene where you love the vibe. You know the scene – the one you look forward to every time you see that movie or episode. Moll Tip: Grab a big box of crayons. Match the colors to the images onscreen and create a color palette of the scene. See? Finding your inspiration can be fuuuun!