Making of Yeti lane’s “L’Aurore” Music Video

Viémont YETI LANE - L’Aurore | STASH MAGAZINE

Have a look behind the scenes as everything spirals to hell at the Pandora diner in this painstakingly detailed music video for “L’Aurore” from Paris psych-rock band Yeti Lane, co-directed by stop-motion master Simon Gesrel and editor Arnaud Viemont. [Read more]

Vugar Efendi “THE EVOLUTION OF STOP-MOTION”

Evolution of stop-motion | STASH MAGAZINE

Like vinyl records, stop-motion animation refuses to be replaced by more practical and efficient digital alternatives. Join UK filmmaker Vugar Efendi on his tour back thru 39 films and 116 years of hand-crafted frame-by-frame magic.
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PES: Honda “The Power Of Ridgeline”

RPA Honda Ridgeline | STASH MAGAZINE

In direct contrast to his last Honda spot – the massively complex table-top adventure called “Paper” – Oscar-nominated stop motion maven Adam Pesapane (aka PES) invades the Esther Williams Stage at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City constructing five life-size sets in this new 60-second opus for the 2017 Honda Ridgeline. [Read more]

Stash 118: Get Ready for Visual Overload!

Ready for visual overload? Then you’re gonna love Stash 118 as it jams yet another 31 video projects into the Stash Permanent Collection – the planet’s largest online archive of design, animation and VFX, plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

Doodling Between the Headlines

Treat Studios Doodling Euro 16 | STASH MAGAZINE

Directing duo Wriggles and Robins (Tom Wrigglesworth and Matt Robinson) team with fellow Londoners Treat Studios to fashion a clever animated ode to the Euro 16 tournament using the pages of the sports section as both the inspiration and the canvas for their over-sized flip book. [Read more]

Dario Imbrogno’s Deconstructed Stop Motion Dream

Imbro OSSA | STASH MAGAZINE

In “OSSA,” Milan director/animator Dario Imbrogno blurs the line between the making-of video and final film, not only revealing the mechanics of stop motion’s armatures and cinematography but carefully incorporating them as dramatic elements in the narrative. [Read more]