Next Business Insurance Doesnt Have to Suck Buck | STASH MAGAZINE

Buck Makes the Case that “Business Insurance Doesn’t Have to Suck” for Next

Using illustrations by Bristol artist/animator Caspar Wain as a starting point, ECD Gareth O’Brien and the team at Buck in Sydney deliver a feel-good and folksy message for Palo Alto online insurance provider Next. [Read more]

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ESPN NHL Brand Film by Paul Mitchell and Elastic

Exploring the concept of “what lies underneath the ice”, creative director Paul Mitchell and the crew at Elastic mark the return of NHL games to ESPN (after 20 years) with this ambitious and frosty mix of CG and 2D motion design. [Read more]

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Cartoonito “Wide Load Vacay” Shorts by Buck

CD Sean McClintock and the animation crew at Buck take to the open road with Frank and Charlie, two houses on the back of a moving truck for Cartoonito, the new Cartoon Network programming block aimed at preschoolers. [Read more]

Donkey Wrong Short Film by Animade | STASH MAGAZINE

“Donkey Wrong” Short Film by Jim Billy Wheeler and Animade

Inspired by beach photographers like Martin Parr and The New Yorker illustrations, director Jim Billy Wheeler and the animation crew at Animade in London set their latest in-house short during the golden age of British seaside holidays. [Read more]

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Buck Demystifies Airbnb in India

From the team at Buck: “This job for Airbnb India required us to think beyond our borders. The result is a collection of three sprightly stories featuring the antics of Nina, Farah, and Rahul.” [Read more]

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Buck and Adam Lambert Count us Through the Bill of Rights

The 10-episode Netflix series “We the People” makes brilliant use of animation and music in its quest to engage teens in the US civic and political processes. For example, Buck and Adam Lambert counting us through the Bill of Rights. [Read more]