Stash 119: A Full-frontal Blast of Inspiration

From crazed hand-crafted animation and innovative stop-motion to complex VFX and intense 3D projects, Stash 119 delivers a full course of inspiring motion projects, PLUS 28 minutes of behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

Antoni Sendra: Green Day “Revolution Radio”

Green Day Revolution Radio| STASH MAGAZINE

Spanish freelance director Antoni Sendra (aka PODENCO) fires up his signature mixed media skills in this type-driven collage for the title track from Green’s Day upcoming “Revolution Radio,” inspired by the handmade photocopy aesthetics of 1980’s hardcore/punk fanzines. [Read more]

TBWA\PARIS: SNCF “Impossible Game ” Case Study

SNCF Impossible Game | STASH MAGAZINE

The best advertising case study we’ve seen in several years, this 90-second clip details “Impossible Game,” an innovative and ambitious project from agency TBWA\Paris designed to help France’s national state-owned railway find extraordinary engineering talent. Client: SNCF Agency: TBWA\Paris [Read more]

Hoji Tsuchiya: Uri Nakayama “Spring time-old man”

Uri Nakayama Spring Time Old Man | STASH MAGAZINE

The off kilter music and lyrics of Japanese singer-songwriter (and hairdresser) Uri Nakayama finds a perfect mate in the playful, unstructured and unpredictable visual talents of Berlin-based artist/director Hoji Tsuchiya in this track called “Spring Time-old Man.” [Read more]

Pixelar Animated Typeface

Pixelar animated type face| STASH MAGAZINE

Pixelar is a modular animated pixel typeface. The characters are constructed from 50 unique animated squares. These animated squares can also be used to construct your own typography, pixel-art or transitions. [Read more]

H5: Dior 50 Years Eau Sauvage Director’s Cut

H5 Dior Eau Sauvage | STASH MAGAZINE

Sleek compositions and fluid transitions rendered in a minimal palette drawn from France’s Tricolor flag distinguish H5’s online video animated at Studio Wanda in Paris for Dior’s Eau Sauvage men’s fragrance first introduced in 1966. [Read more]