Holm_Tesla Origins | STASH MAGAZINE

David Holm: “Tesla: Origins”

Supply & Demand director/DP David Holm (an alumnus of Superfad, Digital Kitchen and Brand New School) jolts Tesla out of green into growling with this intense fusion of neck-snapping editing by Ben Jordan at Work Post, NYC and surgical sound design by Joe Mount @ Wave Studios in London. David Holm: “My [Read more]

Behind the Scenes with MPC on Assassins Creed, Black Flag: “Defy”

MPC won the only VFX Film Craft Gold Lion handed out at Cannes this year for this complex and ambitious :90 Assassins Creed, Black Flag: “Defy” spot directed by Adam Berg at Stink thru the Sid Lee agency in Paris. Have a look at how MPC’s VFX team, led by Franck Lambertz and Fabian Frank pulled it off, then watch the finished spot below.

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Glassworks + Animade + Pharrell: “RAW for the Oceans”

Cannes’ first Grand Prix for product design went to a line of clothing curated by Pharrell Williams for denim house G-Star Raw called “Raw for the Oceans” (cuz the jeans are made from plastic scavenged from the ocean). The animated video by Glassworks Amsterdam and London’s Animade, commissioned by FHV [Read more]

FSM Create: Kellogg’s “Imagine”

The often cloying and predicable genre of breakfast-cereal-animation gets a refreshing graphic update in this snappy and exhuberant :30 mix of 2D and 3D talent from directors Emile Rademeyer and Phil Meatchem at FSM Create thru JWT Sydney. [Read more]

Onur Senturk: Amnesty International “Pens”

Powerful and ambitious new full CG spot driven by motion capture for Amnesty International directed by Onur Senturk, co-produced by Troublemakers.tv with post and animation handled by studio One More all via TBWA Paris, “Pens” keeps up the battle to inspire communities to defend their fundamental human rights [Read more]

SAMSUNG GALAXY 11 "THE MATCH" EPISODE 1 | STASH MAGAZINE

PSYOP Unleash Galaxy 11 “The Match” Episode 1 for Samsung

Directors Todd Mueller, Laurent Ledru and a massive Psyop crew continue Samsung’s World Cup sci-fi adventure treating us to the first half of “The Match” to save Earth written by feature writers Brian McCauley Johnson and Marc Hyman and called by famous football broadcaster Martin Tyler. [Read more]