The first two images are from a Channel Identity by Vignelli Associates. Take note of the separate typographic bar at the top and bottom where the typography is separated from the moving image in the middle. The second image is Peter Saville’s cover for New Order’s Power, Corruption and Lies. It uses a reproduction of a painting but also a graphic bar on the right edge. Helen (and others if relevant) – this might be a way of looking at the typographic element. The bar with type could be semi transparent so you still see the image through the typo/graphic bar. The idea of the graphic bar on the edge is that whilst the moving image is ambient and creating a mood the graphic bar could actually be showing the primary colours, then the secondary, tertiary, etc. My point would be whether without something like this the aspects of colour are clear. Just a thought

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