After landing in Mexico City, there were some last minute adjustments to be made to my presentation coming off of a busy week in New York for the News and Documentary Emmys. I was up a bit late the night before putting the finishing touches on everything!
When we got to the hall the day of my talk, it was absolutely gorgeous. It was designed and painted by David Alfaro Siqueiros. A fresco muralist and... Continue Reading →
We are proud to announce that the Stranger Things Main Title brought home the Emmy for Outstanding Title Design! Congratulations and a big thank you to everyone who was a part of making this happen. This past week has been an exciting one here at IF and we’re taking you behind the scenes.
Catch us TODAY,Wednesday, June 7th for the "Title Design Masterclass" talk at 3:45 PM PST, co-sponsored by the Television Academy. Alan Williams will be representing IF and talking about how his vision for Anne with an "E" became a reality. He will be speaking amongst some other talented directors, each sharingtheir process and vision.
"Title designers capture the... Continue Reading →
Directors Michelle Dougherty and Karin Fong traveled 5,995 miles to Spain to speak about their main title work at OFFF Barcelona, a three day design festival celebrating innovation and artistry. ‘New Senses’ was the theme this year, marking its seventeenth run as a festival and Michelle and Karin both found themselves completely immersed in inspiration. With the magnificent backdrop of Barcelona... 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 →
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 →
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 →
See Political, a class IF sponsors from Otis College of Art and Design, came to our LA office for introductions! The goal for this senior capstone class is to help educate the students about the democratic process, then to educate the public through animation. Their project will explain the ballot measures and we're excited to see what these creative and talented students have in store for this... Continue Reading →
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