• LeCube_Tooncast | STASH MAGAZINE

    Tooncast Character Mash-up Courtesy of Le Cube

    Check the zany crush of Hanna-Barbera and Cartoon Network characters in these IDs for Tooncast, the 24-hour Latin American classic animation cable channel – written, designed, and animated with obvious love and reverence by the Le Cube crew in Buenos Aires and São Paulo. [Read more]

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Burcu & Geoffrey Travel Nature’s Path

Great character and color work here from Acme Filmworks directing duo (and recent Supinfocom grads) Burcu Sakur and Geoffrey Godet who craft a low key but uplifting advert/manifesto for Nature’s Path foods thru Vancouver agency Will Creative Inc. [Read more]

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Doctors of the World USA “All for Nepal”

Meet Serap, a Nepalese Sherpa who’s led 28 expeditions to the summit of Everest and the captivating spokesman in this Doctor’s of the World spot from Mill+, Chemistry Creative and Publicis asking us all to help provide long term medical care to the survivors of Nepal’s devastating 2015 earthquakes. [Read more]

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Chris Curtis: Deloitte “The Internet of Things”

Hypnotically dense collage work from Not to Scale director Chris Curtis keeps you glued despite the dry-ish voice over of this summary of the The Internet of Things for Deloitte University Press, all with the goal of “Bringing a human touch to infographics, with people not pie charts.” [Read more]

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How Not to “Love Freebies” at Harvey Nichols

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]

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The Fine Art of Explaining Sports

Nobody explains sports like animator/director/writer Fraser Davidson and the crew at Cub Studios in London. The breezy wit and rant-like pacing keep your interest even through the most arcane details while the vibrant palette and playful art direction help expand the visual appeal beyond hardcore sports fans. [Read more]

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VH1 Reveals the Bloody Birth of Heavy Metal

My interest in heavy metal music is minimal but a great story is a great story, especially when the hero overcomes severe, even ironic adversity. So it happened 67 years ago when a Birmingham welder (and future Black Sabbath guitarist) named Anthony Frank “Tony” Iommi lost two fingers to a metal stamping machine. [Read more]

We Are Royale Manifesto | STASH MAGAZINE

We Are Royale Manifesto

As the design world drowns in demo reels (invariably a string clips cut to music), what can a studio do to punch out of the noise and deliver a clearer picture of who they are? The company manifesto is a good start. Witness this snappy 90-sec romp created by We Are Royale and timed for the launch of their new site [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes on GMUNK’s “The Chamber”

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]