Congratulations to the yU+co team for their Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Main Title Design for their work on HBO's SILICON VALLEY. Tune in to the 66th Creative Arts Emmy Awards on August 16th to see who wins!
Garson Yu was featured on Vanityfair.com discussing the current state of film title sequences and our work for Oz the Great and Powerful. Check it out!
yU+co. produced the hour-long documentary, Imagine: A Celebration of Hope in partnership with Children's Hospital Los Angeles, including writing, directing, editing and graphic design duties for the show.
The PromaxBDA Promotion, Marketing, and Design awards were given out June 20th, at their annual conference in Los Angeles.
yU+co took first place in the "program open/titles" category for the Season 3 title sequence of AMC's THE WALKING DEAD.
We're excited to receive this award from our peers in the marketing/design community and congratulate our entire team for all their hard work.
Click the link below to watch the sequence!
For two weekends in a row, Sam Raimi's Oz The Great and Powerful took the number one spot at the box office. It's earned over $144.1 million domestically in it's first 10 days!
yU+co is proud to have worked on such a fantastic project. The title sequence we created is also turning heads. You can check out some frames of the design at the link below.
The movie is now playing in theaters everywhere. Go see it!
Congratulations to "Life of Pi" director Ang Lee who took home the "Visionary award" at the the 11th Annual Visual Effects Society awards. His film also took home four other major awards to make it the biggest winner of the night including: Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture, Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture, Outstanding Animated Character in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture, and Outstanding Compositing in a Feature Motion Picture.
According to Deadline.com The Walking Dead’s Season 3 premiere now ranks as the most-watched drama telecast in basic cable history. The landmark episode saw the debut of the show's all new main title sequence produced by yU+co. Check it out!
We were deeply saddened by the tragic passing of Tony Scott. He will be truly missed. As a tribute to his memory we would like to share one of Garson's very first title sequences created for Scott's 1996 film, "The Fan". Our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Scott's family.
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