"Sense of Space - Molecular Architecture" Installation by Refik Anadol | STASH MAGAZINE

“Sense of Space – Molecular Architecture” Installation by Refik Anadol

Refik Anadol, the Turkish-American new media artist who previously transfixed us with his Melting Memories work, just released Molecular Architecture, an installation combining AI data sculpture and large-scale 3D printing. [Read more]

Playdead Imagine "Life Beyond Earth" for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and the ESA | STASH MAGAZINE

Playdead Imagine “Life Beyond Earth” for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and the ESA

Kevin McCrae, CD and Founder at Playdead in Glasgow: “Life Beyond Earth is an immersive film created in collaboration with Skidmore, Owings and Merrell, and the European Space Agency for their powerful new installation at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.” [Read more]

Stash 147 Preview Trailer | STASH MAGAZINE

Time to Recharge: Preview Stash 147

Stay inspired, discover new talent, and grab insights from the creators behind 31 outstanding design, animation, and VFX projects – all in Stash 147, the latest addition to the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

"The Revolt" Short Film by Six N. Five | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Revolt” Short Film by Six N. Five

If you find the pretense of impossibly pristine CG architectural visualizations growing a tad thin, you’re going to love the twist in this new film from directors Ezequiel Pini and Sebastian Baptista at Six N. Five in Barcelona. [Read more]

Slay the Dragon, Main Title Sequence | STASH MAGAZINE

“Slay the Dragon” Documentary Main Titles by Elastic

Elastic creative director Duncan Elms: “We were approached by director Barak Goodman to create the main title and graphics for the documentary film, ‘Slay the Dragon’ about the use of Gerrymandering in the US. [Read more]

Utopia short film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Slicing Through “Utopia” in Short Film by Optical Arts

New London studio Optical Arts just leaped onto the Stash radar with the submission of “Utopia”, their intriguing architectural exploration of “an imaginary mausoleum in Chandigarh, Le Corbusier’s modernist city in Northern India.” [Read more]