This Is How The Amazing Stranger Things Opening Credits Were Made

It's pretty fascinating​

With its myriad cultural touchstones and knowing nods, Stranger Things has been lauded as a bullseye tribute to the 1980s. 

And one of the Netflix hit's greatest hat-tips to the decade is its neon title sequence, which takes inspiration from 80's thriller novels by writers like Stephen King.

But how did they settle on the immediately-iconic typeface and design? YouTube detectives Vox rang up creators Imaginary Forces to find out, with fascinating results. Check out the video above.

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