This year we'll be joining some of the best and the brightest in film, interactive media, and music at South by Southwest for a week of panels, premiers and discoveries. We'll be keeping you updated through our social channels on what you need to know at #SXSW. We'll also be taking part in some IF panels and events which you can find here. Take a minute to get to know our team who'll... Continue Reading →
The director of the sequence, Michelle Dougherty of Los Angeles–based studio Imaginary Forces, brought her own relationship with the era to bear on the project. “My memories of the ’80s are pretty vivid,” she says. “The movies from the ’80s had an impact on me. … I thought this sequence shouldn’t feel like it was for an ’80s show, but rather, an ’80s... Continue Reading →
From 2010 to 2016 Imaginary Forces continued its creative stride and established itself as a powerhouse of innovative and provoking ideas. Movies, music and television would forever be changed by the rise of streaming services like Netflix and Spotify. Americans began spending more time on apps than on the world wide web. It was an era that introduced us to self-driving cars and unfortunately, the selfie stick.... Continue Reading →
From 2003 to 2009 Imaginary Forces was thriving in the limitless potential of experiential design, and proving their staying power amongst the movers and shakers of the industry. Looking forward to the 2010's we'll see the debut of the iPad, the end of the "Don't ask, Don't tell" Military policy, and the kick off to California's longest drought in history. Trends are becoming more... Continue Reading →
MAR 13, 2017 | 12:30PM – 1:30PM
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 →
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