Anime Film Festival 2019 by Picnic Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Anime Film Festival 2019 Promo by Picnic Studio

From Picnic Studio in London: “To mark London’s inaugural Anime Film Festival, we were commissioned to create a logo and cinema-ready sting to celebrate the medium in all its glory.” [Read more]

Animated Coat of Arms of Moscow by Petrick | STASH MAGAZINE

A Very Unofficial Rebrand for Moscow’s Coat of Arms

Russian animation studio Petrick leans into the task of reimagining Moscow’s coat of arms by inviting fellow artists and animators to have fun with the dragon-slayer imagery which traces back 1,000 years to the founding of the city. [Read more]

Outer_Monologues Mailchimp Joy Bryant by Kay Wang | STASH MAGAZINE

“Outer Monologue: Joy Bryant” by Katy Wang

Director/designer Katy Wang in London: “Outer Monologues is a new series produced by Pop Up Magazine productions and presented by Mailchimp. This one’s about the actor Joy Bryant and her experiences going to boarding school and how she finds balance in her life.” [Read more]

St Francis Hotel Liar Liar Liar feat. Gaz Coombes music video by Ruffmercy | STASH MAGAZINE

St Francis Hotel “Liar Liar Liar feat. Gaz Coombes” Music Video by Ruffmercy

Prolific UK director/animator Ruffmercy applies his signature free-form handy work to footage shot by London directing duo James and James in this hypnotic video for Irish-born duo St. Francis Hotel. [Read more]

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) Couldn't Have Known music video by Cheng-Hsu Chung | STASH MAGAZINE

“Couldn’t Have Known” Music Video by Cheng-Hsu Chung

Berlin-based Taiwanese director/animator Cheng-Hsu Chung lets loose with an eruption of quasi-NSFW animation for Sacramento band !!! (Chk Chk Chk) that one YouTube commenter refers to as an “Adventure Time porn parody if I were on acid.” [Read more]

"Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon" Meets Tex Avery by Blinkink | STASH MAGAZINE

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Meets Tex Avery

Blinkink directing duo Stevie Gee & Essy May channel the spirit of golden-age animation god Tex Avery to punch this campaign for “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon” out of the crowded videogame market by layering crazed 2D over gameplay footage. [Read more]