A holiday story…
Everyday people get in their cars and commute to work, often seeing the same faces and places along their route. These fellow passengers, store owners, and pedestrians begin to feel like far off friends: familiar but at the same time unknown. Have you ever wondered about these people and their stories? What if one day you stopped your car to find out?
For 17 years Imaginary... Continue Reading →
Another season has come and gone, we find ourselves saying farewell to another group of incredibly talented interns. Here’s what our design interns Muzi Li, Amy Wallace, and John Hughes & Production Intern Andrew Hague had to say about their experiences.
Where did you (or do you) go to school?
Muzi: I had my bachelor degree in Communication University of China. Now I am in Savannah College of Art and Design... Continue Reading →
After the immersive weeks of creative hustle and bustle, the conclusion of our Internship Program is upon us once more. Saying goodbye doesn't get any easier with practice. Here’s what our design interns Joshua Lee, David Orwasky, Aaron Smith, and copywriting intern, Stefanie Mandel, had to say about their experiences at our Los Angeles Studio.
Where did you (or do you) go to school?
Josh: Art Center College... Continue Reading →
Meet Mark, our first #KubrickToy from メディコム・トイ. He was designed by Director Grant Lau and inspired by our first logo. "We found a way to incorporate Mark, our Kubrick figure, in a weird, twisted way," says Lau. "We wanted to maintain the IF brand, but also the purity of Mark with his clear body."
Creative Director Alan Williams attended and presented at this year’s FITC Styleframes NYC. This conference is a unique opportunity for industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies to discuss the process and nuances of the art of pitching. It’s a great blend of creative and logistic perspectives.
There are a myriad of opinions on how to successfully pitch your... Continue Reading →
We're thrilled to have Sami Tahari join our LA studio as Director of Business Development. We did a Q&A with him so you can get to know how awesome he is, too.
Tell us about yourself. How did you get your start?
I wanted to work in the film industry after college, but had zero experience. So when I was studying abroad as a junior I sent my resume to almost every... Continue Reading →
Imaginary Forces’ partnered with Google for their I/O 2016 keynote event, creating sequences to debut the Google Home, Google Wifi and the newest Chromecast Ultra - this is one of 5 product reveals with Google’s launch team since 2015: with sequences for Google Earth and Chromecast Hendrix debuting last year.
Kicking off the conference with the unveiling of the ‘Google Assistant’ which many are heralding as the... Continue Reading →
If you weren’t able to spend this past weekend in beautiful Plata del Mar in Argentina during the 14th annual TRImarchi Design Festival, then you are in good company with the rest of us. However, IF Creative Director Michelle Dougherty did have the privilege of heading to South America’s largest design conference to speak on her career, some of her recent creative feats, and... Continue Reading →
We are packing our bags and heading to Austin next March for the SXSW conference. Emmy nominated and award winning Creative Directors Alan Williams, Karin Fong, Jeremy Cox, & Michelle Dougherty will be leading a discussion on the trajectory of TV and Film titles and what it takes to make some of entertainment's most iconic sequences. With so much content on our screens,... Continue Reading →
Last week Creative Director and Alumni Alan Williams went to visit the SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) Momentum class in Atlanta to speak and meet the students. We would like to thank the wonderful college for inviting him. It’s a pleasure to give back to the up and coming design community and Alan really enjoyed his trip! He said, "with each opportunity to share my experience with... Continue Reading →