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88. Karin Fong

Creative director of Imaginary Forces

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Under Karin Fong's leadership, Imaginary Forces, best known for its innovative movie titles, has expanded into new territory: commercial work for companies such as Microsoft, Pepsi, and Target, and design experiences for architectural spaces like the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the redesigned Lincoln Center. "Our essence is in film-title work," says Fong.

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