Antibody is a production company and design studio.
Originally founded by Patrick Clair in 2012, Antibody focused on projects that combined motion design with documentary-style voiceovers, with Raoul Marks joining the following year. In 2014, the pair rose to prominence with their work on the titles for HBO's True Detective, their first project while being represented by Santa Monica-based studio Elastic. Antibody effectively went on hiatus for the following few years while Marks and Clair worked exclusively with Elastic, where they created title sequences to Halt and Catch Fire (2014), The Man in the High Castle (2015), True Detective (Season 2) (2015), The Night Manager (2016), Westworld (2016), The Crown (2016), American Gods (2017) and garnered numerous Emmy nominations.
In 2017, the pair left Elastic and restarted Antibody with Executive Producer Carol Salek and Managing Partner Bridget Walsh. Since then, they have made title sequences for True Detective (Season 3), Westworld (Season 3), Far Cry, Dispatches from Elsewhere, Lovecraft Country (2020) and The Peripheral (2022).