Rizon Parein creates a dramatic CGI opener for Fast Company
's "The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies"
spread. It is the magazine's biggest package of the year. The annual guide ranks the most important companies whose innovations have an impact on their industries and our own culture. Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google and Twitter are among the 50 companies that topped this year's list.
Ted Keller, the magazine's art director, requested a typographic visual with a minimal approach but a dramatic effect. Parein used CGI to create the visuals which were inspired by a recent project he did involving 3D neon headlines. He focused on exploring similar styles and designs. The letters are empty neon boxes and they appear similar to the dramatic angle of the iconic 20th
Century Fox production logo. Parein appreciated the magazine's minimalist approach and calls his final piece, "Lot's of show and drama, still subtle and mature."
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Publication: Fast Company
Issue: "The World's 50 Most Innovative Companies"
Art Director: Ted Keller
Design: Rizon Parein