Dell "Youniverse" Launch by Marco Prestini and MPC | STASH MAGAZINE

Dell “Youniverse” Launch by Marco Prestini and MPC

The MPC crew in New York provides the VFX and post glue holding together 100 rollicking seconds of art and action in this spot from Anonymous Content director Marco Prestini for Dell’s new global “Youniverse” campaign thru VMLY&R. [Read more]

Jerry.K "Brown Poodle" Music Video By Swim | STASH MAGAZINE

Jerry.K “Brown Poodle (feat. SAZA)” Music Video by Swim

Seoul motion graphics studio swim, who popped onto the Stash radar in the summer of 2020 with this sweet music video, change up the technique and crank the cuteness factor to 11 in this new promo for South Korean musician Jerry.K. [Read more]

Art&Graft Celebrates 10 Years with Visual Manifesto | STASH MAGAZINE

Art&Graft Celebrates 10 Years with Visual Manifesto

London design and motion force Art&Graft (who recently graced the cover of Stash 144 with their Boing Channel rebrand) just released an ambitious and energized retrospective of their first decade in the business. [Read more]

Campbell's "Warmth To Share" Spot Behind the Scenes | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on Campbell’s “Warmth To Share” Spot

Take a look at how director Joe Bluhm, the Tonic DNA crew in Montreal, and Leo Burnett Toronto created this CG heartwarmer for Campbell’s⁠ that delivers a hopeful message through the worldview of a firefly. [Read more]

"The Lonely Orbit" Short Film by Team Tumult | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Lonely Orbit” Short Film by Team Tumult

A major hit on the festival circuit, this surprisingly emotional tale of a satellite technician and his battle with loneliness was created at Team Tumult in Zurich with Frederic Siegel and Benjamin Morard directing. [Read more]

Louis Prince "The Number Thirteen" Music Video by Joel Plosz | STASH MAGAZINE

Louis Prince “The Number Thirteen” Music Video by Joel Plosz

Fresh work from the ever-playful NY director/animator/illustrator Joel Plosz is always welcome news and this retro monochrome music video for “The Number Thirteen” by Nashville-based Louis Prince just proves the point. [Read more]