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CLIMATE WEEK 2010 We continued our relationship with The Climate Group by creating the 30 second promo for Climate Week NYC. The project screened in Times Square on the NASDAQ building and in all the city taxicabs. You can view the video here.

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Recent Work
Climate Week NYC video for 2009 and 2010
Client : The Climate Group
For the past two years, Imaginary Studio has created a motion graphics video to promote Climate Week NYC. The video is displayed in Times Square on the NASDAQ building and on the back seat screens of all New York City Taxicabs during the week long event.

Read more about the 2010 event here.

View the 2010 video here.

View the 2009 video here.

Client : Edmund Lewis Ltd.
Imaginary Studio designed the original Web site for Edmund Lewis and recently launched this new version to further highlight their inspiring renovations. See the new site here.

American Innovation: Manufacturing Low Carbon Technologies in the Midwest
Client : The Climate Group
Imaginary Studio designed this report to help illuminate the economic advantages of green technologies in key manufacturing sectors of the Midwest. Download it here.

Postcards from Tora Bora
Feature Film Project
Imaginary Studio Creative Director, Stephen Jablonsky, produced and edited the feature length documentary, Postcards From Tora Bora.

The film had it's World Premiere at TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL in 2007 and screened in film festivals around the world. You can find out more, here.

Client : Pace/Macgill Gallery and School of Visual Arts
Imaginary Studio, Creative Director, Stephen Jablonsky, conceived and designed a Flash-based application to allow gallery visitors and online users to curate over 120,000 self-portraits posted on Flickr.com. The show ran during July and August of 2006. The application now sorts over 1 million self-portraits on Flickr.com. You can view the application and curatorial results here.

Client : Playwrights Horizons
Imaginary Studio redesigned Playwrights Horizons' Web site to celebrate the dynamic work being done at their 42nd Street theater. The new site is easier to navigate and includes tons of photographs from over 33 years of productions. See it here.


Print Magazine
Official Selection: 2002 Interactive Design Annual

American Graphic Design Awards 2002
Award of Excellence, red flower

2001 Summit Creative Awards
Silver medal, Imaginary Studio

Communicator Awards 2001
Award of Distinction, Imaginary Studio
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