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Design Watch

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For the opening of the latest comic-turned-feature film, Daredevil, Imaginary Forces created appropriately daring titles that subtly play off a key characteristic of the titular Marvel Comics superhero. The titles offer up a dark, foreboding cityscape, with the lights of skyscrapers illuminating the blackness. As the buildings fade from the scene, the lights remain in Braille-like configurations, offering a clue to the audience to the Daredevil character's distinguishing trait. The Braille words are then transformed into luminescent characters as the credits emerge. The IF team, led by Designer Karin Fong orchestrated the camera moves and the integration of the type design within the architecture of the city scene, created in 3-D by IF artists.
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