• Viémont YETI LANE - L’Aurore | STASH MAGAZINE

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

    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]

KOTA Never Give Up| STASH MAGAZINE

Jesper Lindborg: Kids of the Apocalypse “Don’t Give it Up”

Directed and created by weareseventeen’s Jesper Lindborg, this near-full-CG music video for the mystery music duo Kids of the Apocalypse finds “kids taking refuge in a once flourishing American high school where psychoactive fumes are blurring the boundaries of reality. Where the wild is fusing with the digital.” [Read more]

Evolution of stop-motion | STASH MAGAZINE

Vugar Efendi “THE EVOLUTION OF STOP-MOTION”

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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Uri Nakayama Spring Time Old Man | STASH MAGAZINE

Hoji Tsuchiya: Uri Nakayama “Spring time-old man”

The off kilter music and lyrics of Japanese singer-songwriter (and hairdresser) Uri Nakayama finds a perfect mate in the playful, unstructured and unpredictable visual talents of Berlin-based artist/director Hoji Tsuchiya in this track called “Spring Time-old Man.” [Read more]

Pixelar animated type face| STASH MAGAZINE

Pixelar Animated Typeface

Pixelar is a modular animated pixel typeface. The characters are constructed from 50 unique animated squares. These animated squares can also be used to construct your own typography, pixel-art or transitions. [Read more]

The Avalanches The Subway | STASH MAGAZINE

Mrzyk & Moriceau: The Avalanches “Subways”

Discovering new animation work from French directing duo Mrzyk & Moriceau is always a treat as it guarantees trippy, often outrageous imagery held together by a certain subversive sense of abandon. [Read more]

Blizzard_Overwatch The Last Bastion| STASH MAGAZINE

Overwatch: Embedding Action in Emotion

The immediate success of Overwatch, Blizzard’s team-based multiplayer first-person shooter (and the company’s first new gaming franchise since StarCraft in 1998), is due in large part to a series of spectacular animated short films. [Read more]

Hornbach Ian Pons Jewel | STASH MAGAZINE

Hornbach “Your Project Only Belongs to You”

At the PromaxBDA conference in June, I lead off my annual State of Design session with a 60-second mini-masterpiece of character and VFX called “You’re alive. Do you remember?” created by Berlin agency Heimat for European DIY superstore chain Hornbach. [Read more]

H5 Dior Eau Sauvage | STASH MAGAZINE

H5: Dior 50 Years Eau Sauvage Director’s Cut

Sleek compositions and fluid transitions rendered in a minimal palette drawn from France’s Tricolor flag distinguish H5’s online video animated at Studio Wanda in Paris for Dior’s Eau Sauvage men’s fragrance first introduced in 1966. [Read more]