Borrowing from the distinctive look of microscopy and photomicrography, the Hollow Man titles rely on a simple premise and clean execution to convey their message. The full sequence takes place in a petri dish of sorts, with the title cards arranging themselves from an alphabet soup of microbe-like letters swimming amid other microscopic elements.
Directed by William Lebeda at Picture Mill, it's an apt introduction to a film about human transformation on the molecular level.
Creative Director: William Lebeda
Production Studio: Picture Mill