Art Direction: Juan Pablo Kessler
Concept Art: Santiago Wardak
Creative Direction: Luca Rochira
Script/storyboards: Adriano Filippucci /Emanuele Marani
Director: Gabriel H Fermanelli
Executive producer: Patricio Verdi Brusati
Line producer: Maud Beckers
Art Direction: Franco Vecchi, Santiago Zoraidez, Juan Casal
Backgrounds: Franco Vecchi
Character Design: Gabriel H Fermanelli
Character animation: Leo Campasso
Animation: Juan Casal, Cesar Pelizer
Setup/ render 3D: Agostina Carrera, Juan Casal
Modeling 3D: Agostina Carrera, Guido Lambertini, Franco Vecchi, Juan Casal
Compositor: Juan Casal
Music: Daniele Carmosino
Sound Design: Daniele Carmosino
Spend a couple minutes in the multiverse and you may find it comfortable enough to participate in your own Parallelostory, which is just hip meta-universe slang for "parallel love story". But remember, this is only one of an infinite number renderings of the same story that your dimensional alternates will have already viewed, are viewing, or will view.
The high-powered and glamorous world of advertising in the 1960s gets the Imaginary Forces treatment with the main titles and marketing campaign for this original AMC drama series created by Matthew Weiner, executive producer of the "Sopranos".
"Mad Men" opening sequence created by Imaginary Forces received the 2008 Emmy Award for Outstanding Title Design. AMC commented "We love the graphic Imaginary Forces opener for Mad Men: a mini-story, setting up the larger story that follows. The final frame resolution of that open - the silhouette of the back of Don Draper's head - has become the iconic image of the show: bold, clean, confident, modern, and ultimately enigmatic".
Mad Men has received critical acclaim, particularly for its historical authenticity and visual style, and has won multiple awards, including nine Emmys and four Golden Globes. It is the first basic cable series to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, winning it in 2008 and 2009.
Client: Lionsgate / AMC
Director: Mark Gardner and Steve Fuller