Motionpoems On Lock Down by On Lockdown by Todd Boss and Calum Macdiarmid | STASH MAGAZINE

Motion Poems: “On Lockdown” by Calum Macdiarmid

Wonderfully minimal and melancholy vignettes by London director/animator Calum Macdiarmid provide a perfect compliment for a poem by Todd Boss reflecting on quarantine and the social trigger of George Floyd’s death. [Read more]

The New Yorker Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion? | STASH MAGAZINE

The New Yorker “Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion?” by ShawnaX and Pablo Lozano

Animator and designer Pablo Lozano in Toronto: “[This film is part of] a new brand campaign for The New Yorker called “The Right Question Changes Everything”, ⁠celebrating some of the most important New Yorker articles and boiling them down to their central questions. [Read more]

The Rough Cut short film by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Film Premiere: “The Rough Cut” by Coat of Arms

Stash is pleased to present the premiere of a new passion project from Coat of Arms – a lockdown collaboration of 22 team members, The Rough Cut explores “the struggle creatives go through during the process of creation”. [Read more]

Pfizer The stories of chronic pain patients | STASH MAGAZINE

Pfizer “The Stories of Chronic Pain Patients” by Chu-Chieh Lee

Director and motion graphic designer Chu-Chieh Lee based in London and Taiwan: “These animations were screened at the Atlantic Festival with the aim to visualize the patient narratives and highlight the spoken content. [Read more]

CNN Life After Coming Out | STASH MAGAZINE

CNN Looks at “Life After Coming Out”

Art director Ignacio Osorio and the team at CNN Motion apply a gentle, compassionate touch to the story of Mark Tedesco, a young priest trying to reconcile his faith and sexuality in the latest episode of CNN’s “Life After” series. [Read more]

WebMD Your Brain With MS by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Coat of Arms Explains “Your Brain With MS” for WebMD

From Coat of Arms: “The brain acts like a power strip, sending electrical impulses to allow our bodies to function normally. This video for WebMD brings the power strip analogy to life so we can clearly see how MS affects the body.” [Read more]