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Stash 155 Records a Bright New Motion Chapter

155 issues later, the Stash Permanent Collection has never looked better as it continues to document top talent, trends, and techniques in motion design, animation, and VFX. [Watch]

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BibleProject “Blessing & Curse” Explainer by Ordinary Folk

In their latest motion work for Portland-based nonprofit BibleProject, creative director Jorge R. Canedo E. and his team at Ordinary Folk craft a swirling, painterly, and approachable look at dichotomies in Christian scripture. [Watch]

Is 153 the Greatest Stash Issue Ever?

Like some magic shot of creative adrenaline, Stash 153 is guaranteed 100% effective against boredom, ennui, and creative blockages of all kinds. [Watch]

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Minima Blockchain “Manifesto” by Ordinary Folk

From the team at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “When it came to introducing their mission to the world, Minima wanted to go for something a little outside what you’d normally expect from a web3 company.” [Watch]

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Ordinary Folk Uses Spline to Introduce Spline

While brand explainer films are now ubiquitous, there are very few that actually use the featured product to create the finished visuals – like, say, this one by Vancouver’s Ordinary Folk for the browser-based real-time 3D app Spline. [Watch]

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“Tilt” Animated Prompts by Ordinary Folk

Founder and ECD Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “Our pals at Vucko invited us to be a part of Tilt – an animated series of prompts, inspired by Brian Eno’s Oblique Strategies. [Watch]