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Here's how the Stranger Things retro titles were made

With the its simplistic design and synthesized backing track, the title sequence to Stranger Things took us right back to the Eighties with the speed of a boy on a Raleigh Street Wolf after drinking too much Panda Pop. And now you can get the lowdown on just how they were forged.

Vox has released a video showing exactly how the Netflix original show’s sequence was made by Imaginary Forces, and here are the highlights:

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