Designing interfaces for Star Wars: The Last Jedi

London creative studio BLIND LTD designed over 200 interfaces for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We talk to BLIND founder Andrew Booth about the inspiration for the film’s on-screen graphics and what it’s like to work on one of the most famous film franchises of all time

You might not have heard of BLIND LTD but if you’re into spy thrillers or superhero epics then you’ve probably seen its work. The motion design studio was founded in 1995 and has created futuristic on-screen displays for some of the biggest action films of the past two decades – from Skyfall and Casino Royale to Justice League, Dark Knight, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit and both Kingsman films.

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