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Michael Marczewski “Vicious Cycle”

If you’ve ever felt like your job resembles a treadmill or your labor qualifies as a commodity, you will identify with the robots in “Vicious Cycle,” a delightful new short film from Michael Marczewski, a motion designer and director at ManvsMachine in London. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: Brand Films

In the Stash world, brand films cover a swath of commercial work appearing online, in-store, out-of-home, or on any other screen not identified as TV or cinema. Often occupying the mid-ground between short films and advertising, the best brand films offer ambitious narratives and/or bold stylistic choices. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: TV & Cinema Advertising

As ad campaigns expand and blur across a growing number of platforms, the most coveted bragging rights (and budgets) most often remain with work intended for television and cinema screens. So let’s kick off the Best of Stash 2016 with 10 stand out commercials everyone needs to see. [Read more]

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ManvsMachine: Nike Air Max 2017

ManvsMachine calls their latest abstract CG opus for Nike “a metaphorical exploration of air and the negative space it occupies.” Has footwear ever felt lighter, cushier, or more comfortable? Probably not. [Read more]

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ManvsMachine: Maxon “VERSUS” + Behind the Scenes

Looking to make some noise at SIGGRAPH about their Cinema 4D Release 18, Maxon commissions ManvsMachine to rip the doors off the software and the results are spectacular. A fully CG film, VERSUS is jammed with startling, beautifully lit frames plus an armadillo moment I did not see coming. [Read more]

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MvsM, Fujiwara, Hatfield and Parker for Nike Air Max

ManvsMachine construct a series of delightful kinetic CG sculptures based on the work of sneaker design superstars Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield, and Mark Parker to help Nike fans mark Air Max Day 2016. [Read more]