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Electric Theatre Collective Launches Design Unit Electric Studios

From the release: Electric Studios are here. Formed under the umbrella of the Electric Theatre Collective, they’re the full-service creative unit specializing in mixed-medium animation, print, long/short form branding, digital, art, events, and well, pretty much anything you can shake a creative stick at [Watch]

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Gusto “Sleepy Planet” Brand Film by Giant Ant

From the team at Giant Ant in Vancouver: “The first of two spots with our newest, bestest pals at Gusto. The brief was to show how teams of all sizes use Gusto’s [cloud-based payroll, benefits, and HR management] support as they do incredible things. [Watch]

ArtJail expands to LA | STASH MAGAZINE

VFX Boutique Artjail Expands into LA

Boutique VFX studio Artjail today announces the launch of its LA office. Situated in Santa Monica, the new space will mark Artjail’s third studio, alongside those already established in New York and Toronto. [Watch]

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Nicolai Fuglsig and Selected Works Restage Rocky’s Run for Ladbrokes

Merging original footage, 250 costumed performers, and proprietary post techniques, MJZ director Nicolai Fuglsig and London VFX shop Selected Works update a classic scene from Sylvester Stallone’s 1979 blockbuster Rocky II for UK bookmaker Ladbrokes.
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Amazon Books “That Reading Feeling Awaits” by Tom Noakes and Friends

Prettybird director Tom Noakes pulls together five VFX and animation studios then pairs them with different literary genres to illustrate “the invisible magic that happens in our imaginations when we read” for Amazon Books thru Droga 5 London. [Watch]

Boy Howdy Returns as CREEM Magazine Rises Again | STASH MAGAZINE

Boy Howdy! Returns as CREEM Magazine Rises Again

For the coming reboot of storied rock and roll print magazine CREEM, LOBO directors Mateus de Paula Santos and Thiago Martins resurrect R. Crumb’s Boy Howdy! character who lived on the pages of the publication from 1969 thru 1989. [Watch]