"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]

Merlot short film by Giulia Martinelli and Marta Gennari | STASH MAGAZINE

“Merlot” Short Film by Giulia Martinelli and Marta Gennari

Time to celebrate Labor Day with a bottle of wine and some light-hearted mayhem courtesy of directors Giulia Martinelli, Marta Gennari, and their graduation film “Merlot” created at the CSC National Film School in Turin, Italy. [Read more]

"My Dad's Name was Huw. He was an Alcoholic Poet" short film by Freddie Griffiths | STASH MAGAZINE

“My Dad’s Name was Huw. He was an Alcoholic Poet” by Freddie Griffiths

UK director/animator Freddie Griffiths: “An intimate and insightful documentary short unraveling the state of mind of my late alcoholic father through the poems he left behind. [Read more]

The Absence of Eddy Table short film by Rune Spaans | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Absence of Eddy Table” by Rune Spaans

Based on the work of Canadian comic artist Dave Cooper and directed by Oslo 3D master Rune Spaans, The Absence of Eddy Table follows a wide-eyed character as he explores “an exotic world glistening with phallic flowers and libidinous danger.” [Read more]

Brazilian Creative Club (Clube de Criação) Anger by Lobo / Vetor Zero | STASH MAGAZINE

Brazilian Creative Club (Clube de Criação) “Anger”

If you’ve suffered through rude, thoughtless, or simply ill-informed client comments about your work you’ll appreciate this manic take by the LOBO/Vetor Zero crew for the Brazilian Creative Club’s annual festival and awards. [Read more]

Berlin Playground short film by Kaho Yoshida | STASH MAGAZINE

“Berlin Playground” Short Film by Kaho Yoshida

Inspired by what she describes as Berlin’s DIY dystopian playgrounds, director/animator Kaho Yoshida conjures a very sweet mini-film combining stop-motion, 2D animation, and the city’s “prettiest trash.” [Read more]