Kris Merc Unleashes “The Green Ray” for L’Orange & Kool Keith

Kris Merc_Green Ray | STASH MAGAZINE

New York director Kris Mercado talks to Stash about smashing together dot matrix printers, cel animation, found footage, live action, and stop motion to conjure a certain low-fi chaos he calls “retro funk weirdness” for rap legend Kool Keith and young hip-hop producer L’Orange.
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LWZ and Ogris Debris “See The World”

LWZ_Ogris Debris| STASH MAGAZINE

A seamless and mesmerizing scroll of poster-worthy vignettes reveal a complex stream of modern maladies worth multiple viewings in this new animated piece from Vienna design and animation studio LWZ for hometown house/techno stars Ogris Debris. [Read more]

Stay Inspired with STASH 114

If you’ve never experienced The Stash Permanent Collection, now’s the time with a FREE 30-day subscription. Our 114th issue adds another 31 outstanding animation, VFX and motion projects to the planet’s largest online video design library, plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

MK12’s “Man of Action! II: Ashes of Vengeance” Main Titles

MK12 Man of Action 2 | STASH MAGAZINE

Way back in 2000, the pioneering mid-west motion mavens known as MK12 let loose a silly slice of video called “Man Of Action: The Terrible Cosmic Death.” Then in early 2015, the studio released a teaser promising a sweet sequel called “Man of Action! II: Ashes of Vengeance.” [Read more]

Playgrounds Festival 2015: A Title Sequence Like No Other

Playgrounds 2015 Titles | STASH MAGAZINE

The sold out 2015 edition of Playgrounds opened earlier this month in Tilberg, NL with a refreshing twist on the classic creative fest titles: a collaborative effort by Dutch artists and studios with each directing a section and passing it on. [Read more]

Super Awesome Weirdness for Adidas Superstar

Vicentini Galasse Adidas | STASH MAGAZINE

The perfect way to start your Friday: A 50-second blast of over-the-top visual chaos at the center of a new global campaign for Adidas Superstar via Brazilian director/animator Antonio Vicentini and graphic designer David Galasse. [Read more]