Free Fire To The MAX Passion Paris | STASH MAGAZINE

Free Fire “To The MAX” by Jack Antoine Charlot and Valère Amirault

Directors Jack Antoine Charlot and Valère Amirault lead the Passion Paris and Kombbo animation teams on a post-apocalyptic joy-ride through Garena’s Free Fire Max mobile game – fueled by the flow of rappers Joznez and Nyemiah Supreme. [Read more]

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United Nations “Don’t Choose Extinction” by Murray Butler and Framestore

Framestore Pictures’ director Murray Butler and the Framestore creature VFX team resurrect a 70 million-year-old Utahraptor (voiced by Jack Black) to deliver a message about the dangers of fossil fuel subsidies and their contribution to our own extinction. [Read more]

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Porsche “No Small Dreams” Campaign by Vincenzo Lodigiani and Dress Code

In two new spots for Porsche thru Cramer-Krasselt, director Vincenzo Lodigiani and the crew at NYC studio Dress Code streamline a classic travel poster aesthetic into sleek and seductive arguments for stepping up your driving game. [Read more]

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Polyester Studio Serves Up Ford Smoothies

From the team at Polyester Studio in Toronto: “Animating Ford’s commitment to sustainability by showing how the natural materials that go into Ford vehicles can be turned into a smoothie.” [Read more]

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Zain “Jeelna Line” Spot by Maged Nassar

Egyptian director Maged Nassar, who dropped this piece of stylish chaos for Pepsi Black in 2020, keeps up the manic energy in this explosion of handmade multi-media (including stop-motion) for Saudi Arabian telecom Zain. [Read more]

WWF “Eurythenes Plasticus” by Hans-Christoph Schultheiss and Sehsucht

From the team at Sehsucht in Hamburg, Germany: “Eurythenes Plasticus is a newly discovered species, the first in history that has been named after the ocean plastic that contaminates it. “Although it lives far away and at great depths, microplastics were already detected in the body of the amphipod when it was discovered. “Together with […] [Read more]