DixonBaxi_Demo Best of Stash 2016 | STASH MAGAZINE

BEST OF STASH 2016: Demo Reel

This head-snapping piece of editorial surgery marks only the second time Stash has inducted a demo reel into the Permanent Collection. The clip celebrates 15 years of branding and motion by London’s DixonBaxi, showcasing not only the breadth of the studio’s work but the process and the humans behind it. [Read more]

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Holiday Films Vol. 5: Yule Logs vs Strangers in the Night

Here’s a good study in contrasts: The sheer quantity of fun animation styles found in the maximalist holiday mashup known as Yule Log versus the minimalist strangeness of Eoin Duffy’s look at strange strangers entering the room of another stranger. [Read more]

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Holiday films Vol. 4: Woodwork Fire Place Holder

Here’s a fresh idea from Amsterdam studio Woodwork to replace that tired ambient fireplace video running on your living room TV: a warm, two-minute animated loop with just enough detail and narrative to warrant your attention but also gentle enough to blend into your holiday coziness. [Read more]

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Holiday Films Vol. 3: Passion Animation Studios

Three fun holiday bits from Passion Animation Studios, one of the many tentacles of Passion Pictures which has grown since its founding in London in 1987 into a multi-continent media machine creating everything from advertising to feature documentaries and winning every possible award along the way. [Read more]

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Holiday Films 2016: Vol. 2

So, just how insane would it be if your true love actually followed the “12 Days of Christmas” as a their gift-giving guide? Fortunately, Anomaly and English actress/writer/director Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag) are here to straighten the whole thing out. [Read more]

2016 holiday animation | STASH MAGAZINE

Holiday Films 2016: Volume 1

With Xmas only 12 days away it’s high time we rounded up some offbeat animated holiday videos including Maki Yoshikura’s surreal looping magic in “Christmas Sausage,” Superfiction’s stylized quest for missing reindeer in “Merry Christmas,” and Mill+’s understated look at over-indulgence in “The Dinner.” [Read more]