In light of Richard Greenberg’s passing this week, we at Imaginary Forces wanted to take a moment to... Continue Reading →
In case you missed our PromaxBDA panel read the RECAP HERE!
Our very own Karin Fong spoke about her techniques and creative process for her recent work on STARZ Counterpart. Joined by Lisa Bolan and Ana Criado: a panel of fierce females talking about their cutting edge work!
Curators / Moderators:
Ellen Kahn and Lynda Kahn – Co-Founding Partners, Executive Creative Directors, TWINART, Inc.
Fellow... Continue Reading →
(Pictured: Debbie Millman, Sybil Yurman, Frances Bronet, Susan Szenasy)
A discussion all about brand building and career insights. We wanted to share some food for thought from the amazing panel we attended at NYCxDESIGN this past week.
“The long game was bigger than the fear” - Debbie Millman on how to succeed in the business of design.
Thanks to our friends over at the AIGA, we got to attend The Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards this week which honored various innovators, disruptors and game-changers who are positively impacting the the world. Co-founded by Professor Clayton Christensen, Craig Hatkoff and Irwin Kula in 2009, the foundation is a non-profit whose mission is to raise awareness of and encourage the advancement... Continue Reading →
This past week our team celebrated at the 2018 AIGA Gala in New York City, to honor a lifetime achievement award for our Director Karin Fong. She was recognized with the 2018 AIGA Medal for her groundbreaking work and mastery in the field of visual storytelling as a motion graphics designer and director for more than twenty years at Imaginary Forces.
To celebrate @Dress Code NYC created this short video... Continue Reading →
Fact are facts. They aren't colored by emotion or bias. They are indisputable. There is no alternative to a fact. Facts explain thins. What they are, how they happened. Facts are not interpretations. Once facts are established, opinions can be formed. And while opinions matter, they don't change the facts. That's why, at CNN, we start with the facts first." #FactsFirst
Our team at Imaginary... Continue Reading →
Director Karin Fong was able to visit her Alma Mater this week to give a presentation to a class of Yale School of Management students. She discussed creative business and her approach to main titles, and although it is only a small portion of what we get to do here at Imaginary Forces, it’s a form of storytelling we are passionate about. Below find a few of the snackable pieces of inspiration that she... Continue Reading →
SXSW in Review
One of the the more informative and reassuring panels we got to catch while at SXSW was “What’s Next After Advertising? The Jump to Content.” Otto Bell, Chief Creative Officer of CNN’s Courageous Studio, was joined by Marissa Feinberg, HP Enterprises, and Brad Weinberg, MillerCoors, to discuss how to create meaningful content as traditional advertising is becoming less... Continue Reading →
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