Z by HP "The Living System" Short Film Collaboration | STASH MAGAZINE

Z by HP “The Living System” Short Film Collaboration

HP brings together an A-team of the planet’s visual talent for this branded short film commissioned to highlight their line of Z high-performance PCs aimed at designers and creators. [Read more]

Fern Celebrates Five Years with "Fern Fables" | STASH MAGAZINE

Fern Celebrates Five Years and Earth Day with “Fern Fables”

Executive Producer Caroline Lobo at animation and design studio Fern in Atlanta: “Fern turned five years old this March, so in celebration of our very own preschool-birthday and Earth Day, we thought it imperative we turn to the experts (kids!) for their knowledge on our titular and favorite plants. [Read more]

"Freedom" Short Film/Music Video by Tonic DNA | STASH MAGAZINE

“Freedom” Short Film/Music Video by Tonic DNA

Grab a tissue or six, this hand-animated film directed by Joe Bluhm at Tonic DNA for charity L’Arche Canada was released to mark World Down Syndrome Day 2021 and is guaranteed to have you in tears by minute one. [Read more]

Hyundai "Run Forever" Installation Film by Universal Everything | STASH MAGAZINE

Hyundai “Run Forever” Installation Film by Universal Everything

Expanding on their landmark 2014 film Walking City, CD Matt Pyke and Universal Everything installed this witty and hypnotic three-minute work for the opening of Hyundai’s Motorstudio in Busan, South Korea. [Read more]

Adobe "Creativity Explained - Type" by oddfellows | STASH MAGAZINE

Adobe “Creativity Explained – Type” by oddfellows

In the first chapter of Adobe’s “Creativity Explained” series, the oddfellows crew translates the warmth and wisdom of German typographer/designer/author Erik Spiekermann into an inspirational mini-manifesto for creatives everywhere. [Read more]

"Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup" The New Yorker | STASH MAGAZINE

“Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup” or How I Learned to Love Dreaming During COVID

Friends and co-directors Stevie Borrello, Marcie LaCerte, and Meghan McDonough gather a series of real-life pandemic dreams into a surreal yet very resonant string of animated vignettes presented by The New Yorker. [Read more]