yU+co created the main title for The Girl on the Train, based on “the thriller that shocked the world.” Paula Hawkins’ book reached record-breaking sales in 2015. The film is in theaters today!
yU+co has been busy creating rebrand initiatives for Flex, the Silicon Valley based company formerly known as Flextronics. Our goal is to help evolve Flex from electronics manufacturing into a sketch-to-scale developer of integrated systems of design, manufacturing and distribution. We created a Flex brand anthem, graphics package as well as developed and produced their web series Connected Conversations.
yU+co helped evolve the traditional corporate video into a unique, multi-screen experience for the Flex Leadership Summit 2016. Immersing the audience in screens that wrapped 300° and spanned 300 feet wide x 12 feet high, the event was designed to engage and inspire employees of one of the most revolutionary companies in the world, Flex.
yU+co was invited to create a virtual immersive experience for the Getty Center’s Exhibition - Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road. Museum visitors can put on 3D glasses and immerse themselves in an ancient cave temple via Panorama Stereoscopic technology with 5.1 Surround Sound. At the Getty Center May 7 – September 4, 2016.
yU+co designed the main on end crawl for The Jungle Book, a stereoscopic journey of the classic Rudyard Kipling children’s book written in 1894. Directed by Jon Favreau, this must see 3D movie is in theaters today!
We have been invited to create a live interactive installation at the Los Angeles Music Center’s event Sleepless The Music Center After Hours. Happening at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion this Friday February 5th from 11:30PM - 3:00AM, Free admission. Have a late coffee and we’ll see you there.
So proud to have participated in the civic dedication of the new Broad Museum. yU+co designed and produced the ribbon ceremony which unveiled this amazing gift to the city of LA. The stunning architectural landmark houses a spectacular collection of contemporary art. Admission is free and open to the public.
We were honored to win a Los Angeles Area Emmy for children's programming for our work on CHLA: Imagine. The show highlights the inspiring work of the doctors, nurses and caregivers at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. The 67th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards was held on July 25, 2015 at Skirball Center.
Nominations for the 67th Emmy® Awards were announced today, and yU+co is honored to receive a nomination for Outstanding Main Title Design for Olive Kitteridge. The 4-part HBO miniseries spans 25 years in the life of a quirky, complex character played by Frances McDormand. We are proud to be among Olive Kitteridge’s 13 nominations, and to have our work recognized by our peers.