Peter Frankfurt and the Imaginary Forces crew capture the Zeitgeist of 1970s New York for the titles of HBO’s new music business drama “Vinyl” with a visceral interpretation of the sex, drugs, fashion, hedonism and chaos that defined the dawn of punk, disco, and hip-hop. [Read more]
Imaginary Forces marks the end of AMC’s Mad Men with an assembly of the many parodies and tributes inspired by their groundbreaking opening sequence which first aired on July 19, 2007 and won the 2008 Emmy Award for Outstanding Title Design. [Read more]
Imaginary Forces CDs Charles Khoury and Tosh Kodama conjure a sombre and tactile intro sequence for an interactive video from Netflix Australia called “Spectrum” which promises to help you “discover your shade of story.” [Read more]
Clever combination of motion control and CG from director/CD Michelle Dougherty and the Imaginary Forces crew highlighting Toyota’s hybrid technology and new Fuel Cell Vehicle thru agency DentsuBos.
Take a peek at the shoot and post process below:
Imaginary Forces‘ directors Dan Gregoras and Jeremy Cox keep the pallet minimal and the details intriguing in the title sequence for the new WGN original series “Manhattan.” Set in Los Alamos, NM, in 1943, the show “chronicles the lives and families of the scientists building the world’s deadliest weapon, and exposes a world full of secrets and consequences.” [Read more]