Jun Iwakawa’s Animated Short “Handle With Care”

Iwakawa_Handle with Care | STASH MAGAZINE

Ticktockrobot director and first-time father, Jun Iwakawa draws on his background in print and graphic design for “Handle With Care,” his rough guide to caring for a newborn baby – an off-kilter mix of dry humor, factual information and an early aughts-inspired aesthetic. [Read more]

Imaginary Forces Opens “Manhattan”

Imaginary Forces_Manhattan | STASH MAGAZINE

Imaginary Forces‘ directors Dan Gregoras and Jeremy Cox keep the pallet minimal and the details intriguing in the title sequence for the new WGN original series “Manhattan.” Set in Los Alamos, NM, in 1943, the show “chronicles the lives and families of the scientists building the world’s deadliest weapon, and exposes a world full of secrets and consequences.” [Read more]

Stash 106: 90 More Minutes of Brilliance

The Stash permanent collection continues to grow as issue 106 archives another 31 outstanding motion design, animation and VFX projects for our loyal base of professional and student subscribers.

This issue features 90+ minutes of commercials, broadcast design, music videos, brand films, short films and behind the scenes extras from the planet’s top artists and filmmakers with production notes, toolkit and links for every project – Plus stills, style frames, exclusive interviews.


TRY STASH FREE FOR 30 DAYS and discover the stories behind the work. [Read more]

Maxime Bruneel: Diplo and Swick “Dat a Freak”

Bruneel Diplo & Swick | STASH MAGAZINE

Multi-faceted director Maxime Bruneel and the Chez Eddy crew in Paris roto their lives away on “Dat a Freak” by Diplo and Swick by “painstakingly working through all the best twerking footage in the world.” Not completely safe for work or home depending on the company you keep and your opinion of butt-centric choreography. [Read more]

Rafael Parra Toro: “POP ON OP” Kickstarter

Gotta love Brooklyn kinetic artist Rafael Parra Toro‘s interactive book project on Kickstarter called “POP ON OP,” 110 pages of hands-on, real-time, op-art fun for all ages. [Read more]

Tendril: Pitching and Missing “The Zone”

Tendril The Zone | STASH MAGAZINE

Having worked with the Tendril crew on the opening for our STYLE FRAMES conference, I know first hand how much passion they invest in their projects and pitches. Although this pitch for the YTV kids’ show “The Zone” (with sound by John Black at Cypher Audio) is the tonal opposite of the SF work, there is no doubting the care and precision involved. [Read more]