We Would Watch The Hell Out Of This TV Show (If These Were Its Titles)

Raoul Marks, who created the bewitching opening titles for TV shows True Detective and Halt and Catch Fire, produced a title sequence for a recent design conference. It’s “a bit of an epic journey through space for one tripping astronaut,” he tells io9, “which is why I thought you guys might find it interesting.” Absolutely yes.

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Marks calls the intro, which he created for a Semi-Permanent design conference in his native Australia, “a surreal trip. An allegory for the creative process and growth of an individual. From birth, to individuation, to criticality and finally to finding ones own creative space. Or, if preferred, just some fun times floating through the void”:

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See also the making-of video:


Contact the author at rtgonzalez@io9.com.

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A show about the sociopolitical ramifications of a corporate American moon-base that see’s the national values of immigrant workers and corporate values of moon exploitation clash with sometimes with tragic results that culminates into the discovery of alien archeological discovery that could completely rewrite the origins of humanity and sets the stage for an even deeper conflict.

I’d watch it.