• Monsters Dorothea Lasky | STASH MAGAZINE

    Unleashing Dorothea Lasky’s “Monsters”

    It may look like it was hand painted by a mischievous Van Gogh in grade school but this new Motionpoem, by Method Studios for “Monsters” by Dorothea Lasky, hides a complex workflow beneath its lighthearted surface. [Read more]

Moby Lost in the world | STASH MAGAZINE

Moby Asks “Are You Lost In The World Like Me?”

Rendering modern phone-zombie masses in the style of early 1930s cartoons, London director/animator Steve Cutts creates a stark contrast between form and tone in his interpretation of Moby’s ode to the dangers of the always-connected life. [Read more]

Jamie Hewlett Gorillaz | STASH MAGAZINE

Gorillaz Return in “Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)”

They weren’t the first virtual animated band but they were the coolest. Sorry, ARE the coolest. After seven years, 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle and Russel Hobbs (aka Gorillaz) are back with a new album and most importantly a new video. [Read more]

United Visual Artists | STASH MAGAZINE

Illuminating the Work of United Visual Artists

Careful writing and pristine production make these introspective short films worth a peek as London experiential studio UVA reveals the thoughts, processes, and inspiration behind a selection of recent work. [Read more]

Mr Jukes - Angels / Your Love_Mr Jukes | STASH MAGAZINE

Mr Jukes “Angels / Your Love ft. BJ The Chicago Kid”

Strange Beast director I Saw John First (aka London’s John Christian) packs 2D animation, live action, 3D and a fair dose of ruff rotoscoping into this cascade of visual chaos for the Mr Jukes track “Angels / Your Love.” [Read more]

Grow Frances_Refuge | STASH MAGAZINE

Taking Refuge from Domestic Violence to a New Level

Connecting emotionally with viewers is important for all brands but especially for charities, a mission that gets harder every year as the rising tempest of modern media pounds our senses with horrors and half-truths. [Read more]

Imaginary Forces Anne | STASH MAGAZINE

Anne: The CBC’s Timeless Canadian Girl?

The new CBC series “Anne,” revisits the most popular Canadian narrative of all time “Anne of Green Gables,” and opens with a sequence of striking vignettes created by a US studio (Imaginary Forces) based on the work of a US artist (Brad Kunkle). Hmm. [Read more]

Grab a Peek at the Treats on Stash 122

Stash 122 does what every Stash issue does, it keeps subscribers inspired by adding another 31 amazing films to the Stash Permanent Collection, the planet’s largest online video library of design, animation, and VFX.
[Read more]

Toyota concept i | STASH MAGAZINE

Getting to Know You: Toyota Concept-I Vehicle Intro

At CES 2017, Toyota unveiled their Concept-I vehicle featuring an “automotive UX that is intelligent, friendly and helpful.” In other words, HAL is now along for the ride. [Read more]