Angry Birds 2: Bigger. Badder. Birdier.

Rovio Angry Birds 2 | STASH MAGAZINE

Six years, 13 spinoffs and 1.4 billion downloads later, Rovio and Wieden+Kennedy London launch Angry Birds 2 with a completely mad porcine action/comedy created by Riff Raff director Francois Rousselet and the VFX crew at The Mill. [Read more]

Stash 112: Dig Into More Brilliant Motion

A non-stop feast of design, animation and VFX, Stash 112 packs another 31 creatively and technically outstanding video projects into the Stash Permanent Collection along with great behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews with the designers, directors and producers behind the work.
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Balls to the Wall: bif and Mill+ go “Green” for Azel Phara

bif_Azel Phara | STASH MAGAZINE

Directing collective bif, aka Jules Janaud and Fabrice Le Nezet, (both seasoned 3D artists in The Mill’s London studio) combine motion capture and procedural animation/rendering to build an full-CG chroma-fest of escalating action for rising Parisian electro artist Azel Phara. [Read more]

How Not to “Love Freebies” at Harvey Nichols

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Blinkink directors The Layzell Brothers (Matt and Paul), who first caught our attention back in 2011 with their mad holiday idents for E4 and then the insane “Future Travel” short for Cartoon Network, have fun with real security footage of shoplifters at Harvey Nichols to promote the UK retailer’s Rewards App. [Read more]

Behind the Scenes on GMUNK’s “The Chamber”

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Trip backstage with GMUNK and crew for Mr. Munkowitz’ ambitious chapter of The Connected Series sponsored by Samsung; an exploration of the power of technology to re-pattern the way we see ourselves, allowing us to relive the past and embellish the present. [Read more]

Fred Astaire Steals the Show in Fast Romantics “Julia”

Fred Astaire’s groundbreaking rotating set dance number from the 1951 MGM musical comedy Royal Wedding gets a DIY update in this video for “Julia” by Toronto’s Fast Romantics with frontman and director Matthew Angus handing the VFX. [Read more]