From the release: Continuing its growth and its investments into excellence, design-driven production company Sarofsky is adding creative VFX and finishing artist Cory Davis and designer Dan Tiffany to its staff. The news was announced today by company principal and executive creative director Erin Sarofsky and executive producer Steven Anderson. One of Chicago’s most sought-after […] [Read more]
Powered by a dark and dirty theme from Atticus Ross, Erin Sarofsky‘s titles for Animal Kingdom, John Wells’ new drama project on TNT, fill the luxurious 60-second run-time with lots of gritty atmosphere and high-speed, skin-throbbing needles. [Read more]
From the release: CHICAGO – (Apr. 27, 2016) – Continuing to fortify its top-level creative and production capabilities, design-driven production company Sarofsky is announcing the immediate addition of creative director Patrick Coleman and producer Sam Clark to its staff. The news was announced today by company principal and executive creative director Erin Sarofsky and executive […] [Read more]
Erin Sarofsky and her Chicago motion crew push the ubiquitous design conference open into welcome new territory with this light-hearted typographic trek through 50 styles and genres while introducing 20 speakers for the 2015 edition of OFFF in Mexico City. [Read more]
Insightful and detailed look at the total rehab of a “beat-up, old, barrel-truss building” in Chicago’s West Loop by Erin Sarofsky and Mark Olthoff of Olson Kundig Architects into an expansive new studio that would feel right at home in Santa Monica, Venice or Culver City. [Read more]
Erin Sarofsky reunites with producers Anthony and Joe Russo (who they worked with on the titles for “Community” in ’09) to close Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” The Chicago studio presented eight creative directions with the winning treatment created by Sarofsy and comic book artist David Mack.
Erin Sarofsky: “With this film, Anthony and Joe produced a narrative that evokes 1970’s conspiracy thriller cinema. With that in mind, we wanted to create a main-on-end title sequence that acknowledged their inspiration but was interpreted with more modern sensibilities.
“So we worked within a visual style that has simple, graphic compositions with strong, legible typography. This look is a clear nod to the spy style and political thriller title design of the 60s and 70s.” [Read more]