Noma Bar Unmasks a Killer for NewYork-Presbyterian

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Minimalist design and thoughtful transitions rendered in a hi-con palette add up to powerful story-telling from London director/illustrator/designer/artist Noma Bar thru NYC agency Seiden for NewYork-Presbyterian’s research into immunotherapy and it’s promise for treating cancer. [Read more]

Brand New School: No More “Text Talk”

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Brand New School and Grey New York convey visceral tension with the most unassuming of graphic treatments in this PSA for anti-domestic violence org No More running on Super Bowl 50. [Read more]

Behind the Scenes at Spotify Party

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Trollbäck teaches Spotify a thing or three about partying with hand-held cameras, greenscreen, hi-con make-up, and bold typography in this ad for Spotify’s new Party app which “curates playlists from Diplo and other DJs.” [Read more]

Stash 115 Drops 2.5 Hours of Inspiration Overload

Stash 115 | STASH MAGAZINE

With a running time of almost 2.5 hours, Stash 115 is guaranteed to overload your inspiration receptors with brilliant design, animation, VFX, and behind-the-scenes features plus exclusive interviews with the talent behind the brilliance. [Read more]

Berlin fashion Film Festival 2016: A Playground For The Creative Industry

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The 2016 Berlin Fashion Film Festival (BFFF) launched this week, announcing the preliminary program, speakers and judges for its fifth edition taking over Germany’s capital June 2-3. Deadline for film Submissions: January 31, 2016. [Read more]

Ash Thorp’s Title Design Course via Learn Squared

Ash Thorp Title Design Learn Squared | STASH MAGAZINE

Through his education venture Learn Squared, title design phenom Ash Thorp demonstrates how to “craft detailed and thoughtful main title designs” while students “learn the core principles of successful titles, and are challenged to put these concepts to work by creating multiple examples of their own.” [Read more]