Down Under with Buck, Cadbury and Oreo

Saatchi Cadbury and Oreo | STASH MAGAZINE

Buck‘s Sydney and US animation crews team up to combine two chocolatey snacks, hyper-active emoji’s and an infectious pop song to make this 80-second Australian adventure for Cadbury’s new Dairy Milk with Oreo bar eminently watchable. [Read more]

Loop and El Grand Camacho Rock Garorock

Gararock Festival | STASH MAGAZINE

Check this impossible-to-ignore animated spot from Moscow motion house Loop and Mexican character designer El Grand Camacho for the massive Garorock music fest taking over rural Marmande in south-western France this summer.
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CalArts 2016: “You Look Scary” and “Desert Critters”

CalArts 2016 | STASH MAGAZINE

The bumper crop of student films from the 2016 CalArts Character Animation program includes “You Look Scary” by Xiya Lan and “Desert Critters” by Li Wen Toh – both demonstrate outstanding storytelling talents while using fully divergent styles, techniques and narrative structures. [Read more]

Supamonks Launch “Stone Age” onto Mobile

Netmarble_Stone Age | STASH MAGAZINE

Supamonks, the French animation crew responsible for 2014’s infamous Holypop film, are back with another off-the-rails 3D rampage. Although far more PG than the carnage-filled Holypop, this launch spot for the mobile version of Netmarble’s popular PC game Stone Age is a feast for lovers of quick and clever character action. [Read more]

Amaël Isnard: Royal Observatory “Seeing the Invisible”

Royal Observatory "Seeing the Invisible" | STASH MAGAZINE

The standout in a series of three films created by Beakus director Amaël Isnard for the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London, “Seeing the Invisible” is a master class in how to make educational content entertaining, digestible and therefore memorable. [Read more]

UNICEF’s “Sofia” Speaks for 250 Million Children

Edelman Sofia | STASH MAGAZINE

Meet Sofia, a 3D amalgam of 500 actual children trapped in crisis situations all over the planet, their faces merged into a scared and vulnerable young girl created for UNICEF Sweden by Stockholm agency Edelman Deportivo and Swedish VFX facility Pixel Grinder. [Read more]