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Quentin Tarantino |Tarantino, like Godard before him, has become known for imposing a singular artistic vision upon his films and drawing upon a variety of cinematic references. Although he doesn’t use the font very consistently, Tarantino chose the 1970s style of ITC Benguiat for the title sequence to Pulp Fiction to curate a distinctive image. ITC Benguiat has by now become a patently Tarantino font.

Quentin Tarantino |Tarantino, like Godard before him, has become known for imposing a singular artistic vision upon his films and drawing upon a variety of cinematic references. Although he doesn’t use the font very consistently, Tarantino chose the 1970s style of ITC Benguiat for the title sequence to Pulp Fiction to curate a distinctive image. ITC Benguiat has by now become a patently Tarantino font.

Quentin Tarantino |Tarantino, like Godard before him, has become known for imposing a singular artistic vision upon his films and drawing upon a variety of cinematic references. Although he doesn’t use the font very consistently, Tarantino chose the 1970s style of ITC Benguiat for the title sequence to Pulp Fiction to curate a distinctive image. ITC Benguiat has by now become a patently Tarantino font.

Quentin Tarantino |Tarantino, like Godard before him, has become known for imposing a singular artistic vision upon his films and drawing upon a variety of cinematic references. Although he doesn’t use the font very consistently, Tarantino chose the 1970s style of ITC Benguiat for the title sequence to Pulp Fiction to curate a distinctive image. ITC Benguiat has by now become a patently Tarantino font.