Hot on the heels of his nightmarish opening for Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods” on Starz, Patrick Clair kicks open the doors on Marvel’s “Iron Fist” for Netlflix with this energized and inky mocap spectacle. [Read more]
What would life be like in America if the Nazi’s and Japan won WWII? Philip K. Dick took a stab at the answer in his 1962 Hugo-winning novel called “The Man in the High Castle,” and now Ridley Scott brings that nightmare to the small screen for Amazon complete with ominous titles by Patrick Clair via Elastic. [Read more]
At first glance, Patrick Clair‘s tasteful, minimalist and dark aesthetic seems a strange design choice for programming as crass and loud as the MTV Video Music Awards, but the contrast between packaging and content is just what this show needed to keep it from spiraling into a rabbit hole of hubris and inanity.
The title’s circular forms extended into the show content as they “exploded into vibrant, crazy generative turbines of color, form and movement – each a unique sculptural signature of the video they represent.”