• Def Jam Back in the Day Ep. 1 | STASH MAGAZINE

    Def Jam: Back in the day Ep.1 by Malcolm Sutherland

    Trip to the late 80s, as NYC graffiti artist and painter Cey Adams and fellow SVA grad Steve Carr recall their days as Def Jam Recording’s in-house design firm called the Drawing Board – creating classic album covers and overseeing the visual style of the artists. [Read more]

City Paradise

City paradise is a short movie by Gaelle Denis. she is an student from Royal College of Art.  This movie tell tomoko´s history, a japanese in London view city paradise  [Read more]


Yes, the track for this British Airways spot was originally penned by John Denver – who died in a plane crash bye the bye – and it does leave a syrupy coating on your teeth but hey, the music and dolphins (by Framestore CFC) are working for me in some kind of kid’s storybook kind […] [Read more]

Clinically Dead

   Chad VanGaalen is a talented musician and animator from Alberta, Canada. In fact VanGaleen is so talented that he hand drew his own suitably weird psychedelic video to match his heartfelt lofi exploration of brain damage. Enjoy Clincally Dead! [Read more]


Check out the reel of Brooklyn’s Gavin Whelan (not to be confused with the famous Irish whistle player of the same name). It’s a compilation of 3D medical animation that makes for surprisingly beautiful viewing. [Read more]


Barcelona’s Vasava studio says this Diesel video (produced for the Spring / Summer 06 collection) was inspired by four different concepts: Blue Panthers, Vandals of Style, Love Cavaliers, Wild Nights. [Read more]


TRI-P is a series of light-hearted PSAs about serious subjects created by directing duo Ludovic Vernhet and Stéphane Rogeon of SL-co. Go here and scroll down to watch the clips.   [Read more]


Two Norwegians and a Japanese guy meet a couple years ago as students at Central St Martins in London, they form an animation collective and call it SSSR then start producing killer mixed-media vids like this latest one for the Irish band BellX1 – an interesting mix of 2D animation and puppeteering gives it a […] [Read more]


The british mark Tango parody the Sony Bravia spot. TANGO SPOT  SONY BRAVIA  [Read more]