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Best of Stash 2016: Title Design

With over 450 scripted series airing in the US during 2016, it’s safe to say a show’s title sequence is more crucial than ever in helping it stand apart from the pack. Here’s the most interesting work we found this year plus three exceptional event titles that also deserve your love. [Read more]

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Patrick Clair Opens Westworld on HBO

Fresh off his Emmy win for Outstanding Main Title Design on The Man In The High Castle, Elastic director Patrick Clair invokes a touch of future-tech terror pushing 3D printing into beautiful and ominous new territory in these opening credits from Episode 1 of Westworld on HBO. [Read more]

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Imaginary Forces Opens Vinyl for HBO

Peter Frankfurt and the Imaginary Forces crew capture the Zeitgeist of 1970s New York for the titles of HBO’s new music business drama “Vinyl” with a visceral interpretation of the sex, drugs, fashion, hedonism and chaos that defined the dawn of punk, disco, and hip-hop. [Read more]

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Elliot Lim Re-imagines “The Wire”

Bay Area freelance director, designer, and animator Elliot Lim turns his obsession with HBO’s “The Wire” into a beautifully drafted, animated homage piece that will no doubt garner attention from show runners, title designers and networks worldwide. [Read more]

Patrick Clair Interview: True Detective Season 2 Titles

Turns out HBO’s critically acclaimed and relentlessly gritty True Detective series is an anthology. So if the cast, location and narrative arcs all change each season, how do you handle the titles – especially if you won the Outstanding Main Title Design Emmy for the first season? [Read more]

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HBO is in the Details

Vinicius Costa fans will immediately recognize his exacting art direction and love of fine detail in this ID created for HBO from an open brief with fellow Roof Studio creative director Guto Terni and audio house Huma-Huma. [Read more]