E.ON Next Renewable Energy Brand Film by Ronda and Not To Scale | STASH MAGAZINE

E.ON Next Renewable Energy Brand Film by Ronda and Not To Scale

From the release: Character specialists Ronda take the charm of the E.ON Next characters to the next level in this dynamic and colorful spot. This new sub-brand for electricity and gas supplier E.ON symbolizes their dedication to sustainability, with each character relating to a renewable energy source and reinforcing the positive change that E.ON is focusing on. [Read more]

Facebook "Report It" Brand Film by The Furrow | STASH MAGAZINE

Facebook “Report It” Brand Film by The Furrow

From the team at The Furrow in Lexington, Kentucky: “We partnered with Facebook’s safety team to help raise global awareness in the fight against child sexual abuse material on social media.” [Read more]

Designer Dram Launch Film by Cian McKenna | STASH MAGAZINE

Designer Dram Launch Film by Cian McKenna

Designer/director Cian McKenna in Westport, Ireland: “Made in collaboration with the wonderful folk at Designer Dram to help launch their new, custom whiskey service.” [Read more]

Louis Vuitton 200 "Trunk 029" by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Optical Arts Helps Louis Vuitton Celebrate 200 Years with “Trunk 029”

Director/designer Fabrice Le Nezet at Optical Arts in London: “Optical Arts were invited to join 199 other visionaries in celebrating the 200th birthday of Louis Vuitton.” [Read more]

Tissot Seastar 2000 Professional Product Film by Frame | STASH MAGAZINE

Tissot Seastar 2000 Professional Product Film by Frame

Thomas Bay, Founder/EP at Frame in Copenhagen, Denmark: “Frame worked closely with the Swiss watch brand Tissot to create a film for the new Seastar 2000 Professional watch. [Read more]

Mosh Mens' Health Brand Films by Niceshit | STASH MAGAZINE

Mosh Mens’ Health Brand Films by Niceshit

Guido Lambertini, creative director/partner at Niceshit in Barcelona: “Men’s health is a delicate topic to tackle so the main challenge in creating these films was to talk about this and get men to fix problems in a lighthearted, humorous way.” [Read more]