Phantasea Media Group, Inc. is a Kansas S-CORP corporation. Established as Phantasea Media in 1990, Phantasea has been providing corporate identity design, advertising design and package design for companies across the midwest, and beyond. In 2001 Phantasea Media incorporated to form a complete media solution provider. Centralizing in web-delivered media and database solutions, Phantasea creates unique solutions to meet business needs. We provide help to small and medium businesses who are looking for high-tech solutions for everyday needs. Click on the links to the right to learn more about who we are. Click on the boxes below to learn about what we do.
Phantasea was founded in 1990 as a DBA of William Logan. The company specialized in business identity and custom illustration. Over the years, Phantasea produced work for organizations and individuals in several industries. Among the company’s first clients were American Eagle Courier, HBO Racing, FastSigns, Original Productions, and many others. In 2001, Phantasea Media Group, Inc. was incorporated as a sub-chapter S Corporation. Phantasea Media Group, Inc. now operates as a privately held corporation, specializing in integrated media solutions for businesses.
Phantasea Media Group, Inc. has, since it’s inception, embraced the ideals, goals, and philosophies of the open source community. The “Open Source Model” is not a religion. It is a very pragmatic way of evolving software in a rapidly changing environment. It harnesses the collective wisdom, experiences, expertise and requirements of its most demanding users to ensure that their needs are rapidly met. Any software company with expertise, the resources and the will can elect to provide whatever level of support they feel the market will bear. With complete access to the source code nobody has the edge that previously was only available to the owners of the proprietary software. Support is now open to competition. The quality of support is now open to market forces. Form more information about open source please visit: http://www.opensource.org