This typeface is meant to be a twenty-first century representation combining two older styles, those being Fraktur, and the latter Baskerville lettering.
This is an attempt of a film poster in the style of Saul Bass.
During his career Saul Bass became synonymous the use with striking colours, and silhouettes for his innovative film title sequences, and posters.
These features show that the Bauhaus School, and the French impressionist artist Henri Matisse (see fig 1,) had an influence in his creative process. Thus these, and Saul Bass would continue to inspire future generations of graphic designers such as Ty Mattson, which can be seen his poster designed for the T.V. Series Dexter (see fig 2). This shows a strong a inspiration drawn from the former. This while a simplistic style which is in turn eye catching and effective, will continued to be use just for these qualities.