Making Son Lux’s “Change is Everything” video

Stop motion = labor-intensive. Rotoscoping = laborious. Stop motion + Rotoscoping + string art = unusual cruelty. LA composer/producer/art director/songwriter Nathan Johnson takes you thru the trials, pain and physical dangers of his roto-motion-string art video for the “Change is Everything” track by Son Lux produced thru The Made Shop. [Read more]

SNOOP the Poster Boy in “So Many Pros”

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Spanking new music promo featuring Snoop Dogg in a series of ‘sploitastic posters designed by Division director François Rousselet with VFX and post by Mathematic in Paris. As you may have guessed, not completely safe for work or your politically correct family/friends. [Read more]

Sylvain Chomet: Stromae “Carmen”

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Back in March French filmmaker Sylvain Chomet (The Illusionist, Triplets of Belleville) surprised us with a couch gag for the Simpsons skewering his fellow Gauls. Now the three-time Oscar-nominated animator/director/comic artist takes on the evils of social media in a reworking of the “Habanera” from Bizet’s opera “Carmen” by Belgian pop-star Stromae. [Read more]

WeWereMonkeys: Azealia Banks “Ice Princess”

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Montreal writing, directing and producing duo Mihai Wilson and Marcella Moser (aka WeWereMonkeys) bring their signature talent for stark VFX and intense levels of detail to this psychotropic, Medusa-gone-wild music video for NY rapper/songwriter Azealia Banks called “Ice Princess.” [Read more]

Alice Saey: Shaking Godspeed “She’s Young”

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French director/designer Alice Saey just won the HAFFTube! award at the Holland Animation Film Festival with this deranged mix of hair, fire and synchronized swimming for Dutch rockers Shaking Godspeed. [Read more]

Michael Fragstein Enters His “Plea”

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Stash is pleased to premier director Michael Fragstein’s whimsical, minimal and completely unpredictable mini-music video for “Plea” by Max & Laura Braun produced at the Büro Achter April studio in Stuttgart. [Read more]