Refik Anadol Zaha Hadid Architecting the Metaverse | STASH MAGAZINE

“Architecting the Metaverse” Installation by Refik Anadol and Zaha Hadid Architects

From the team at Zaha Hadid Architects: “‘Architecting the Metaverse’ is a collaboration between ZHA and Refik Anadol Studio and part of the ‘Meta-Horizons: The Future Now’ exhibition at DDP Design Museum in Seoul, South Korea.” [Watch]

Alone Together Motion Art Installation by Radugadesign | STASH MAGAZINE

“Alone Together” Motion Art Installation by Radugadesign

CD Ivan Nefedkin at Radugadesign: “Alone Together is a digital motion design art piece we created initially for a cornered screen in New York. Then, it was commissioned for two other setups, one in Shanghai and this one in Manila in the Philippines. [Watch]

Bipod Earth Product Film by Playbackdesign | STASH MAGAZINE

B!POD “Earth” Product Film by Playback.design

Following on their stellar OneBlade razor brand film, AD/designer Evaldas Česnavičius and the CG crew at PlayBack.design elevate another green product in this film for the B!POD food preservation system. [Watch]

Somei Chiu Vide et Crede titles Kazdel VN | STASH MAGAZINE

Somei and Chiu Reteam to Open Vide et Crede Game for Kazdel VN

After combining forces in 2021 on the spectacular trailer for Super Mecha Champions, CG masters Somei Sun and Chiu Ho explore a unique mix of classic anime characters and atmospheric 3D-noir in the titles for Vide et Crede, a new game from Vietnamese developer Kazdel VN. [Watch]

Subconscious Drool Short Film Jack Hudson | STASH MAGAZINE

Stay Calm With the Short Film “Subconscious Drool” by Jack and Tom Hudson

Director/animator/illustrator Jack Hudson in London: “Inspired by extended daydreams that run into night, Subconscious Drool invites you to quiet the noise of your mind and sink into a mesmerizing subliminal world.” [Watch]

Ayce Kartal Short Film Imaginary Friends Schizophrenia | STASH MAGAZINE

Ayce Kartal Listens to Schizophrenia in New Short Film “Imaginary Friends”

Working from true accounts, Turkish director and Oscar nominee Ayce Kartal animates a charming and sympathetic look at the inner lives of four schizophrenic patients. [Watch]