TED-Ed The Hidden Life of Rosa Parks | STASH MAGAZINE

TED-Ed “The Hidden Life of Rosa Parks” by Eido

Get the full story of the passion and perseverance of Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, one of the most pivotal figures in 20th century America, courtesy of TED-Ed and Eido motion graphics studio in Huntington Beach, CA. [Read more]

Healthcare Explainer for Undisclosed Client by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

“Healthcare Video for Undisclosed Client” by Coat of Arms

Canceled projects are always tough news for a creative team especially when the results were as carefully crafted and beautifully detailed as this one directed by Clara Lehmann and Jonathan Lacocque at Coat of Arms. [Read more]

How Do We Study Living Brains? (TED-Ed Cut Joash Berkeley explainer | STASH MAGAZINE

TED-Ed: “How Do We Study Living Brains?”

Let’s say you woke up this morning with a burning desire to learn all about modern neuroimaging techniques but didn’t know where you’d find the time. Lucky for you, this TED-Ed explainer, directed by LA motion designer Joash Berkeley, has you covered. [Read more]

2ndMilk | STASH MAGAZINE

First Look at 2ndMilk

Nice, understated motion work for 2ndMilk, a non-profit organization committed to saving the lives of malnourished and orphaned infants in Africa and around the globe. [Read more]

The Light in the Darkness Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

Eli Guillou Finds “The Light in the Dark”

Wise words, austere visuals, and heart-felt narration conjure a surprisingly complex array of emotions in Eli Guillou’s film “The Light in the Dark” created during his senior year at SCAD. [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]