Dyrdee: The Four Seasons of Nickelodeon

Dyrdee in Berlin just dropped us the full version of their fresh, fun and fluid animated Seasonal Art Idents for Nickelodeon (above) which they hinted at in their recent Nick rebrand montage (below).

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Marisabel Fernandez and Alexander Bernard: “Listen”

Ringling Listen | STASH MAGAZINE

With their senior film “Listen,” recent Ringling College of Art and Design grads Marisabel Fernandez and Alexander Bernard take on the challenge of “envisioning a reality that we have never experienced,” interpreting the world of an autistic child through a fractured mix of abstract and illustrative animation. [Read more]

Dress Code: Terminix “Death To Mosquitoes”

Dress Code_Terminix | STASH MAGAZINE

Following up Dvein’s spectacular 3D work on Terminix (here and here) is no easy task but New York commercial prodco Dress Code and the Havas Worldwide Chicago team give it a solid shot with this 2D retro-fun animated treatment anchored by Ron Perlman’s resonant VO. [Read more]

Plastic Horse: The 2 Bears “Money Man”

Plastic Horse_ The 2 Bears | STASH MAGAZINE

London animation collective Plastic Horse follow up the enigmatic weirdness of their “Able to Maximize” video for Crookers with a dense and graphic fever dream for the The 2 Bears track “Money Man” they summarize as: “Our favourite fun-loving Bears, having had enough of this sleazy and morally corrupt world, [Read more]

Anthony Schepperd Double’s Up for The Offspring

Anthony Schepperd Offspring | STASH MAGAZINE

Anthony Francisco Schepperd, Philidelphia’s own master of hand-animated mayhem, kicks down the doors with this double-shot of punk-driven action for the Offspring tracks: ‘Dividing by Zero’ and ‘Slim Pickens Does The Right Thing and Rides the Bomb to Hell.” [Read more]

Jun Iwakawa’s Animated Short “Handle With Care”

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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]