Spike Jonze My Mutant Brain | STASH MAGAZINE

Spike Jonze: “My Mutant Brain” Director’s cut

Spike Jonze contravenes all the established rules of fragrance promotion (elegance, sexiness, passive femininity) in this frenetic four-minute slice of branded content for KENZO WORLD starring actress/dancer Margaret Qualley with supporting VFX by Digital Domain. [Read more]

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Overwatch: Embedding Action in Emotion

The immediate success of Overwatch, Blizzard’s team-based multiplayer first-person shooter (and the company’s first new gaming franchise since StarCraft in 1998), is due in large part to a series of spectacular animated short films. [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes With Plenty on “Directv Rio 2016”

What started out for Buenos Aires studio Plenty as a straightforward project to recreate Rio de Janeiro in full CG, soon evolved into a complex experiment merging a sweeping practical MDF miniature of the city and 10 3D-printed statues of olympic athletes with projection mapping. [Read more]

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Three Keys to Your “Self-Esteem”

London animation director and designer Jesse Collett brings a soft and whimsical feel to the latest nugget of wisdom from School of Life founder Alain de Botton, an insightful and surprising look at the factors contributing to your own sense of self-esteem. [Read more]

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Amaël Isnard: Royal Observatory “Seeing the Invisible”

The standout in a series of three films created by Beakus director Amaël Isnard for the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London, “Seeing the Invisible” is a master class in how to make educational content entertaining, digestible and therefore memorable. [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes: “The Future of Music” 360° Mockumentary

Behold, the making of the planet’s first interactive 360° mockumentary, a silly/surreal experience called “The Future of Music” written and directed by London-designer-turned-director Greg Barth for Belgian online electronic music platform Hello Play!. [Read more]