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Best of Stash 2015: CALL OF DUTY BLACK OPS III: “EMBERS”

Director Patrick Clair and the Elastic crew team with agency 72andSunny to compile a convincing news montage stretching 50 years into the future creating an unnerving back story for Activision’s Call of Duty franchise in prep for the release of “Black Ops III” in the fall of 2015. [Read more]

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Blasting Open the MTV Video Music Awards 2015

In stark contrast to last year’s darkly elegant vibe, the Elastic crew opened the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards this evening with this crazed poke-in-the-eye packed with glitchy, irreverent, ultra-GIF-able chaos plus a bonus Donald cameo. [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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Behind the Scenes: 2015 Semi-Permanent Titles

Emmy Award-winning Melbourne designer Raoul Marks, most often found working with the Elastic crew and Patrick Clair, steps out on his own to create both the visuals and the audio to open the 2015 Semi-Permanent design conference with a sweeping and surreal film. [Read more]

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Are You Ready for Transhumanism?

Director Patrick Clair and the Elastic crew team with 72andSunny to compile a convincing news montage stretching 50 years into the future creating an unnerving back story for Activision’s Call of Duty franchise in prep for the release of “Black Ops III” this fall. [Read more]

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Patrick Clair Opens Marvel’s “Daredevil” on Netflix

Elastic director/CD Patrick Clair‘s reputation as the go-to TV titles guy continues to grow with this brooding, scarlet-soaked effort created for Marvel’s “Daredevil” series premiering this week on Netflix. [Read more]