We at Stash are proud to present Stash Latin America 2, another massive collection of outstanding animation, visual effects and motion design talent
from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Puerto Rico. This new collection delivers exclusive interviews, creative and techical insights, [Read more]
Toronto director/photographer Ryan Enn Hughes takes a break from his shooting duties for the NY Times, Wired, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Facebook, DDB, etc. to engage some frame by frame combat for “Beat Up Kidz” by hometown pop-punks The oOohh Baby Gimme Mores. Click thru to see the BTS video and full credits… [Read more]
Andrew Thomas Huang goes three for three, following his elaborate work for Bjork’s “Mutual Core” and his mind-ripping short “Solipsist” with this frenetic and primal mystery tour showcasing the Icelandic ambient gods’ first performance video. Prodco was LEGS with VFX help courtesy of the Mill LA. [Read more]
To wrap up the work week, here’s French digital artist collective Pleix delivering a new project that’s part music video, part euphoric experience for French music duo Discodeine. From Pleix: “The entire video is made of CGI. Motion capture was used for all animation and rendered as colored solids. This technique is [Read more]
For their first ever music video, Barcelona studio Dvein mines the depths of the surreal with desolate paint flooded landscapes made up of mildly terrifying old man faces. Created for The Vein track “Magma”, the project came to Dvein as a commission from Adobe to create an art piece that would launch their new [Read more]
Job, Joris & Marieke apply there uncanny way with charming 3D characters to “Duurt te Lang” (Been too Long) by Dutch hiphop artist Fit.
“So we had a song about a relationship that’s been too long, it should be ended but neither of them goes through with it and they are stuck with each other. What if we show the domestic fight they are having?
“Well that’s a great plan, but we don’t have time to animate two creatures fighting for three minutes! But wait, isn’t this also a song about time? What if we do the whole thing in slow motion, we’ll only have to animate one minute!” [Read more]
French directing collective Megaforce follow up their exceptional and somewhat disturbing live action and 2D hybrid video for Is Tropical’s “Greeks” track with this SERIOUSLY NSFW opus with hilarious/low tech porn courtesy of Mathematic in Paris.