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Brilliance in Motion: Preview All the Design, Animation, and VFX Work Packed into Stash 166

The planet’s only streaming platform dedicated to motion design, animation, and VFX – aka the Stash Permanent Collection – keeps growing with the addition of issue 166, packing in another two full hours of inspiration and insight. [Watch]

BYBORRE Patience Branded Short Film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Patience is a Virtue (or Possibly a Stuffed Dinosaur) in Optical Arts’ Short Film for BYBORRE

CD Fabrice Le Nezet and the team at Optical Arts in London just shared their new short film for pioneering Dutch textile brand BYBORRE which they describe as “a poetic ode to the power and beauty of patience in an age of instant gratification”. [Watch]

Channel 4 Broadcast IDs 2023 | STASH MAGAZINE

Channel 4 Peers Deep into British Life with Infinite New Broadcast IDs

The long history of innovative Channel 4 branding reached an apex of sorts this week with the release of five detail-packed broadcast IDs assembled from 25 looping scenes created by 17 independent creatives, artists, and filmmakers. [Watch]

Fabrice Le Nezet Optical Arts Babel short film | STASH MAGAZINE

Watch Fabrice Le Nezet and Optical Arts Build and Destroy The Tower of Babel in Two Minutes

London studio Optical Arts and director Fabrice Le Nezet continue their in-house visual experiments with Babel, a short film “blurring the lines between history, illustration, typography, print, animation, architecture, and design.” [Watch]

Apple Watch Ultra Call To The Wild Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Optical Arts Answers the “Call To The Wild” for Apple Watch Ultra

Using both in-camera and digital visual effects, the crew at London’s Optical Arts craft an ominous launch film for the rugged new Apple Watch Ultra. [Watch]

Stash issue 156 preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 156 Drops a Full Throttle Blast of Inspiration

The latest issue of Stash just hit the Permanent Collection with a whole new crop of inspired design, animation, and VFX work. Sneak a peek at the new two-minute trailer to see which work made the cut. [Watch]