Inspiration + Insight + Happy = Stash 111

One of our most diverse and striking issues to date, Stash 111 delivers wall-to-wall motion brilliance adding yet another 31 animation, VFX and motion design projects to the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Xavier Chassaing “Dry Lights”

ANTIIVJ Dry Lights | STASH MAGAZINE

Beautiful and surprisingly emotional experimental film from ANTIVJ artist Xavier Chassaing evoking an impossibly massive yet tightly choreographed site-specific installation piece. A fully-CG film co-produced by Mathematic, “Dry Lights” expands on a physical sound and light installation at the 2013 Proyecta Festival set in the ethnobotanical garden in Oaxaca, Mexico. [Read more]

Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers

Revealing interview with Emory Douglas, the art director, designer, and main illustrator for The Black Panther newspaper during the 1960s and 1970s. Introduced to graphic design working in the print shop during juvenile detention, Douglas rose to become the Panthers’ Revolutionary Artist and Minister of Culture [Read more]

Jack of All Trades in “The Butcher”

Cirkus_The Butcher | Stash Magazine

Director Romain Borrel and the crew at Cirkus in New Zealand show off their character design/animation skills as well as a preference for extreme cartoon mayhem in “The Butcher,” the second episode of their Jack of All Trades series. [Read more]

Mat Collishaw’s Insane 3D-printed Zoetrope

Collishaw_Burdon_Zoetrope | STASH MAGAZINE

UK artist Mat Collishaw teams with fellow Londoner Sebastian Burdon (who handled the 3D modeling and animation) to create a mesmerizing and impossibly detailed 3D-printed zoetrope composed of over 350 character figures plus props and environmental elements. [Read more]

Brian Wilson Inspires James Blagden for Google Play

James Blagden Google Play Brian Wilson | STASH MAGAZINE

The California Inspires Me series sponsored by Google Play and California Sunday Magazine continues with Brooklyn illustrator/director James Blagden interpreting Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson’s rambling narrative about inventing surf music without being a surfer, and the joys of a simple life in California. Agency: BBH, Los Angeles. [Read more]