“Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine” Titles and Interstitials by Imaginary Forces | STASH MAGAZINE

“Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine” Titles and Interstitials by Imaginary Forces

Imaginary Forces director Karin Fong mixes live-action, practical effects, and CG in this standout package for Showtime’s docuseries Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine recounting the antics of a notorious hip-hop bad boy. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2020: Title Design

While the explosion of scripted programming over the last five years has kept title design studios bustling, show opens have also emerged as an important showcase of choice for motion design passion projects. [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes with Imaginary Forces on the “Little Fires Everywhere” Main Title

From Imaginary Forces: “The titles for Little Fires Everywhere delivers on the name itself as we indulged our inner pyromania. Shot at high speed, it’s a ballet of burning objects, tumbling, floating, and falling through frame. [Read more]

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Hulu “Hillary” Documentary Main Title by Imaginary Forces

From Imaginary Forces: “How do you make a portrait of one of the most admired and vilified women of the world? Well, if it’s Hillary Clinton, you raid filmmaker Nanette Burstein’s archive of personal and press photos, stack ’em in chronological order, and let ’em play! [Read more]

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Imaginary Forces Opens “See” for Apple TV+

Creative director Karin Fong follows stylistically diverse work for “Jack Ryan” on Amazon and “Tell Me a Story” on CBS All Access with these ominous/intriguing titles for the Apple TV+ series “See” which finds humans in a future without their sense of sight. [Read more]

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Imaginary Forces Wants to Tell You a Story

Director Karin Fong and the Imaginary Forces crew weave Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty into a title sequence full of drama and disquietude for season two of “Tell Me a Story” on CBS All Access. [Read more]