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Elastic Wrangles Fungi to Open “The Last of Us” on HBO

After researching the structure and behavior of multiple fungi species, Elastic CDs Andy Hall and Nadia Tzuo cultivate a chilling planetary invasion for the title sequence of HBO’s post-apocalyptic drama series “The Last of Us”. [Watch]

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Antibody Updates Westworld Titles for Season 4

In 2016, with his Emmy for Main Title Design on The Man In The High Castle in hand, Patrick Clair set out to redefine what hi-tech horror felt like with his opening for Westworld on HBO. This fourth iteration mixes familiar imagery from past seasons with stark new themes and symbols. [Watch]

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HBO “The White Lotus” Title Sequence by Plains of Yonder

Directors Katrina Crawford and Mark Bashore at Seattle studio Plains of Yonder team with Sydney illustrator Lezio Lopes to capture the eccentric spirit of HBO’s new social satire The White Lotus with a sequence of finely detailed wallpaper patterns. [Watch]

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HBO Asia Lunar New Year ID by JL Design and MixCode

JL Design in Taipei, Taiwan: “This ident is for an HBO Asia channel that has both Chinese and Western audiences. We cooperated with Mixcode to use mahjong as the main visual element throughout the film. [Watch]

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Buck Promos Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “Between the World & Me” for HBO

From Buck: “[We] proudly partnered with HBO to promote their recently aired, cleverly adapted rendition of the Apollo Theatre’s 2018 stage version of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ powerful 2015 novel, “Between the World & Me.” [Watch]

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HBO “Between the World and Me” Titles by Hazel Baird and Elastic

Creative director Hazel Baird at Elastic: “[For this title sequence], director Kamilah Forbes wanted us to stay away from triggering and violent images that we constantly see in the media and on social platforms and instead, be a colorful celebration of black culture. [Watch]