I have an addiction. And it's VOX's YouTube channel. These guys consistently crank out the most interesting content on the internet. In this episode, Christophe Haubursin reaches out to Imaginary Forces to learn more about the opening title sequence for "Stranger Things" - one of my favorite TV shows of the universe.
The new Arctic Coke cooler is an invention you have to experience to believe. We had two in the studio for a few days and I definitely snuck about 5 icy Coke's over that time.
If you're in Indiana and there's a Speedway convenience store near you, go check it out.
One shot and just under 1:30 but what a fantastic performance from Cara Delevingne.
I envy the problems these guys had the chance to solve while shooting this show. They stakes are so high here and they continually deliver.
Even a kid who plays video games.
I remember reading this comment months ago. Great story and glad someone turned it into this.
Recently finished this brand refresh for Detailed Designs Auto Spa in Atlanta. Proud of how this one turned out.
The owner, Jean-Claude is a real car guy. He and his team can make any car look like it just rolled off the line. But their old site/branding wasn't living up to the quality of their services. We gave them a simple brand refresh with a clean logo design & easy to navigate website.
The logo design is something I'm particularly proud of. We wanted to create something you'd be proud to stick on a hat or even on a luxury car.
Short piece I produced that shows off a few VR prototypes using Coca-Cola packaging.
Looking for reference samples for a project today and got sucked into the world of VOX's YouTube channel. If you haven't watched any of their videos, check it out. No matter the topic, each video is creative, informative and engaging. It's Casey Neistat for an older crowd.. And I love how they find subtle ways to carry their branding across every piece of content. Lots to learn here.
Celebrate the human spirit.
"You think a resume’s enough
Will step up when things get tough
Don’t you want that kind of brain?"
Politics aside, this is one of the best shorts I've seen lately. Very well done.
Curious if this style will take off. Certainly seen a few short form pieces that have caught my attention. But excited to see what it's like to watch a feature length film shot in this format.