Amazon The Pogmentary Animation Jungler | STASH MAGAZINE

Amazon “The Pogmentary” Animated Sequences by Jungler

Highlights in the life of French footballer and Manchester United star Paul Pogba come roaring to life in these animated sequences from Paris animation studio Jungler for the Amazon limited series The Pogmentary. [Watch]

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Persistent Peril Celebrates with New Short Film “STALKER”

UK animation and illustration studio Persistent Peril marks eleven years in the business with this short treat, an unexpected adventure deep in the snowy woods, where the situation is not at all what it seems. [Watch]

Nickelodeon On Air Sizzle Reel 2022 by dyrdee | STASH MAGAZINE

Nickelodeon On Air Sizzle Reel 2022 by Dyrdee

From the design and animation team at dyrdee in Berlin: “Working with Nickelodeon is a joyride from project start to finish line. We’re proud to have done outstanding work for international seasonal campaigns, show packages, and idents for various stunts – used in 145 countries and at least 32 languages. [Watch]

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Hayley Morris Helps MTV Celebrate Women’s History Month with “How to Triumph Like a Girl”

Director/Animator Hayley Morris in Providence, RI: “This animation was created for MTV’s Women’s History Month 2022. I was inspired by Ada Limon’s poem, How to Triumph Like a Girl which celebrates the strength and power of every woman.” [Watch]

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Kwoon “King of Sea” Music Video by Stéphane Berla

Eddy director Stéphane Berla and Paris studio Brunch animated this music video for “King of Sea” by French post-rock project Kwoon by combining VR illustration/animation tool Quill and Blender 3D software into a dramatic maritime narrative with a stop-motion feel. [Watch]

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Hyundai Department Store “Project 100” Brand Film (Dir. Cut) by Bright Young Things

From the team at Bright Young Things in Seoul, South Korea: “This infographic video explains the process of developing the design for a package by making high-quality recycled paper from waste paper generated in Hyundai Department Store.” [Watch]