The best kinetic typography: 43 must-see examples

Stills from examples of the best kinetic typography
(Image credit: Future / Thibault de Fournas / Vit Ryznar)

Kinetic typography comes in many forms and has different objectives. It can get a viewer's attention, stopping them in their tracks, it can be more engaging, and the animation can even tell more of a story more than static typography alone.

Some kinetic typography animations are a feast for the eyes, including songs, homages to a famous lines from movies and explorations of the typography itself. We've picked some of favourite kinetic typography animations to date to provide some inspiration, from music videos to movie tributes and more.

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Aaron Kitney is a freelance graphic designer and art director based in London and Vancouver. He specialises in branding, identity, web design, publication design, packaging and book design.
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