La légende de la chèvre qui connaissait le vrai sens de la montagne | STASH MAGAZINE

Three Goats, a Plane and the Meaning of the Mountain

Compact and perfectly formed CG short created in four weeks by three fourth-year students at French 3D animation school MoPA (formerly Supinfocom Arles) around the theme of “Fear of heights.” [Read more]

Less than Human animated short | STASH MAGAZINE

Are Reformed Zombies Really “Less than Human”?

So, here’s the thing: after the zombie apocalypse ended we exiled the surviving “cured” zombies into quarantine camps. Now some bleeding heart liberals want to re-integrate these creatures back into your neighborhood. [Read more]

Kyra Bartley Love is Love | STASH MAGAZINE

“Love is Love” and Knows No Bounds

Australian director Kyra Bartley and Heckler head of production Aborah Buick mark Valentines Day 2017 by gathering 111 artists, illustrators, and animators to push back against the “narrow depiction of hetero-normative love” found in modern media.
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VFX Compositing 101: Nothing is Real

Quick and cheeky intro to the basics of VFX work including rotoscoping, tracking, 3D, and rig removal created by Roy Peker, a digital compositor at London powerhouse Milk Visual Effects, and featuring UK actor Aaron Vodovoz. [Read more]

Aeon_Sarte Camus | STASH MAGAZINE

Feud of the Century: “Sartre vs Camus”

In post-WWII Paris, rival existentialists Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus were also close friends and celebrities. But in 1952 their disparate world views blew up into “the philosophical feud of the century.” [Read more]

A is for Albert short film | STAHS MAGAZINE

Studio Lovelock: “A is for Albert”

Inspired by the rollercoaster peaks and perils of parenthood, London creative director Joe Lovelock creates a typographic homage to the finer moments of child-rearing. [Read more]