Tag archive for "Patrick Clair"

Tom Clancy’s The Division

Media

Tom Clancy’s The Division

Comments Off 14 June 2013

Another masterpiece of motion graphics brilliance from Patrick Clair working with a talented team at Antibody. This isn’t really an explainer video, but rather a video trailer for Tom Clancy’s online open-world action role-playing game. Nevertheless, it’s such brilliant work that I had to feature it.

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Glencore

Business, Society & Politics

Glencore

Comments Off 29 June 2011

A documentary expose from Australia’s Patrick Clair, this video infographic incorporates ┬ástencil-like, street-art style graphics with an engaging flow, finishing with a creative encompassing graphic.

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How Green Is Your Internet?

Environment, Internet, Science & Technology

How Green Is Your Internet?

Comments Off 16 June 2011

This infographic video explains the environmental impact of various Internet giants. A very stylish video with heavy use of animated graphics elements with a lot of motion graphics effects and transitions, camera moves and depth of field to highlight where your attention should be. Written and voiced by Dan Ilic Directed and designed by Patrick […]

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Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus

Internet, Science & Technology

Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus

Comments Off 16 June 2011

An infographic dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code. This was produced for Australian TV program HungryBeast on Australia’s ABC1. An extremely stylish and well-polished video that incorporates extensive complicated motion graphics, 3D graphic & effects, particle generators, and camera effects. This video raises the creative bar […]

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Google “Trying not to be evil”

Business, Internet, Media

Google “Trying not to be evil”

Comments Off 03 March 2010

Another Hungry Beast expose by Patrick Clair, this time examining search engine giant, Google using animated infographics. Graphics by Patrick Clair, written by Elmo Keep.

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