• Psyop Stink Otto | STASH MAGAZINE

    Psyop Finds the “The Letter” for Otto

    Otto, the European online retail behemoth, joins this year’s parade of heart-tugging holiday spots with this wonderfully lit character work from Psyop directors/co-founders Marie Hyon and Marco Spier thru Stink and Berlin agency Heimat. Check the making-of for more from Marie and Marco. [Read more]

Playgrounds 2015 Titles | STASH MAGAZINE

Playgrounds Festival 2015: A Title Sequence Like No Other

The sold out 2015 edition of Playgrounds opened earlier this month in Tilberg, NL with a refreshing twist on the classic creative fest titles: a collaborative effort by Dutch artists and studios with each directing a section and passing it on. [Read more]

Lobo BBDO Autism Speaks | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on “Autism Speaks” with Gui Marcondes

Building his narrative on the experiences of Jacob, an 11 year-old autistic boy, NYC-based director/CD Guilherme Marcondes and the Sao Paulo crew of Lobo use a mix of miniatures and CG to craft a touching and informative piece for US advocacy org Autism Speaks thru BBDO NY and the Ad Council. [Read more]

Toyota Saatchi | STASH MAGAZINE

Heroic/hilarious Battle for Family Time

The ongoing struggle to find a work/family balance charges way over-the-top in this action-packed tale of heroic parents and their sympathetic Toyota perfectly complimented by Edith Piaf belting out “No, I do not regret anything,” from 8com director Josh Frizzell and Sydney VFX boutique Fin Design. [Read more]

Google Intel Tag Heuer Connected | STASH MAGAZINE

Tag Heuer, Google and Intel Now “Connected”

The tech world went in to a love/hate mini-frenzy today over the release of Tag Heuer’s $1,500 titanium Connected Watch developed with Google and Intel. This black on black fashion statement by Mill+ director Nicholas Weigel leaves no doubt about the ambitions Tag harbors for their luxury Android time-piece. [Read more]

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Fluorescent Hill Capture “Migration” on Super 8

After its spectacular run on the festival circuit, Montreal directing duo Fluorescent Hill (Mark Lomond and Johanne Ste-marie) just sent us “Migration,” their Super 8 mini-documentary capturing the enigmatic behavior of lovable and otherworldly creatures in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. [Read more]

Christophe Peladan Goutte d'Or | STASH MAGAZINE

Stop Motion Masterwork “Goutte d’Or”

So here’s the thing: the love interest is nubile, naked, flies a broom, and her octopus-wig doubles as her chaperone fending off the lusty advances of an undead, one-eyed old pirate captain while three also-undead sailors hang around playing musical wingmen. [Read more]


IKEA: Get Cheras to Cheras

IKEA’s new store in Cheras, Malaysia is about to become the retailer’s best known location thanks to this brilliant, absurdist romp from Paris-based Stink director/mixed-media artist Louis Nieto through BBH AP powered by clever lyrics and a killer track from Fuse Adventures in Audio. [Read more]

Zulu Alpha Kilo Spec | STASH MAGAZINE

What Do You Say to Spec Work?

The debate over the pros and cons of creative spec work at Stash’s Style Frames conference in 2013 ended with the unofficial two-word consensus: necessary evil. Toronto ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo strongly disagrees, and produced this clip to make their point. [Read more]