Titanic Sinclair (born Corey Michael Mixter) is a music artist, actor, producer, and director known for working on the Poppy project.


During college, he and his friends would make short comedy videos on the website iFunny before meeting his (now former) musical partner and girlfriend, Mars Argo (Brittany Sheets) in 2007 and moving to Chicago with her to later go by Titanic Sinclair.

Later on, after he and Mars broke up, Titanic Sinclair worked with Moriah Pereira on the Poppy project.

Titanic also has his own music. He has three released singles as well as two albums.

The Poppy project and the Mars Argo project are not the only things Titanic has directed; he has also directed some music videos such as "Washed Up Together" by Knox Hamilton, "10,000 Emerald Pools" and "Electric Love" by BØRNS, and "My Leather, My Fur, My Nails" by Stepdad. He has also worked with the band Blame Candy, who he has directed many videos for.

His parents are Richard "Ric" Mixter and Sheila Moloney Mixter. His siblings are older sister Jamie Mixter Wren and younger brother Alexander Scott Mixter.


  • On April 17th, 2018, Brittany Sheets (Mars Argo) put out a lawsuit against both Titanic Sinclair and Poppy. The lawsuit sues Titanic for years of physical and mental abuse as well as breaking and entering her home on multiple occasions. It also sues both Titanic and Poppy for copyright infringement; ripping off Mars Argo's persona, music and aesthetic.[1]


  • Poppy fans call him "Dad".
  • It could be possible that he and Poppy are dating since Titanic posted a picture with her on his Instagram captioned "Date night", but this has never been confirmed.
  • Though Titanic never makes a direct appearance in Poppy's videos, he has indirectly appeared in other forms. His voice can be heard in "Black Magic Trick", and he provides the distorted voices for Plant and Skeleton. His reflection is visible in the videos "Sunglasses" and "Nose", and his legs are shown in the video "What Are Shoes". Finally, his hands appear in the videos "Black Magic Trick" and "These Are Cotton Swabs".