Zulu Alpha Kilo Spec | STASH MAGAZINE

What Do You Say to Spec Work?

The debate over the pros and cons of creative spec work at Stash’s Style Frames conference in 2013 ended with the unofficial two-word consensus: necessary evil. Toronto ad agency Zulu Alpha Kilo strongly disagrees, and produced this clip to make their point. [Read more]

California James Franco | STASH MAGAZINE

California Inspires Me: James Franco

James Franco’s low-key, self-effacing tale of his misspent youth in Palo Alto bubbles to life in director/animator Julian Glander‘s vibrant and naive 3D style: the latest installment in the “California Inspires Me” series thru BBH LA for California Sunday magazine and Google Play. [Read more]

Yukai Du_TED Ed Treadmills | STASH MAGAZINE

Making History Less Torturous with Beautiful Motion

London-based animator/illustrator Yukai Du elevates a potentially banal TED-Ed lesson called “The Torturous History of the Treadmill” into a four-minute work of motion art with vigorous palette choices, unexpected framing and stripped down characters. [Read more]

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The Kruk’s of it: ESPN “The Wild Bunch”

You don’t have to like the Phillies, baseball or even sports to appreciate the draftsmanship, character work and story-telling from Mixtape Club in this episode of ESPN’s #NotPictured docu-series featuring former MLB all-star John Kruk. [Read more]

Samsung Connected Series | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on GMUNK’s “The Chamber”

Trip backstage with GMUNK and crew for Mr. Munkowitz’ ambitious chapter of The Connected Series sponsored by Samsung; an exploration of the power of technology to re-pattern the way we see ourselves, allowing us to relive the past and embellish the present. [Read more]