Join directors Karin Fong, Michelle Dougherty, Jeremy Cox & Alan Williams at SXSW 2017. By incorporating over 20 years of industry-leading title design experience, this session will cover where titles have been, to where titles are going in today's 'play next episode' environment. The wild world of television is... Continue Reading →
From 1996 to 2002 the world rapidly changed and developed. Imaginary Forces flourished, continuously working to expand the boundaries of creative innovation and the art of graphic design. During 2004 we bid farewell to 10 seasons of Friends, to Ronald Reagan, and the Oldsmobile. But said hello to 55% of adult internet users have broadband at home or work (#You'veGotMail).
As Imaginary Forces celebrates its anniversary, we invite you to journey with us through 20 years in 20 days. We will look back at some of our history, as well as iconic trends and tech of times past. Our pilgrimage in the industry has gone by in a flash. It's a pleasure for us to take a moment to look back and get ready for where we’re headed. 1996 brought us discovery of the ancient port of Alexandria, the... Continue Reading →
We are thrilled to announce that both our Main Titles for Marvel's Jessica Jones and Stranger Things will be showing at SXSW 2017. Both are in contention for the excellence in title design award and both were lead by creative director Ringling School of Art and DesignMichelle Dougherty. Regardless if we win or not, excited to continue our participation in such a cutting edge film festival.... Continue Reading →
Thank you Ringling School of Art and Design for hosting us! It is always a pleasure meeting talented young artists, and getting a chance to share our experiences. Here are two favorite moments from this past trip!
From Creative Director Jeremy Cox, and Ringling Alum:
"Until my visit last week, I hadn’t been back to Ringling College since I graduated over 10 years ago. It is amazing... Continue Reading →
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 →
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