JTBC My Country opening titles by LOOCreative | STASH MAGAZINE

“My Country” Opening Titles by LOOCreative

LOOCreative, a motion design studio in Seoul just hit the Stash radar with this full CG title sequence for “My Country”, a TV series based on South Korean history produced by local subscription network and broadcaster JTBC. [Read more]

Boing Rebrand by Art&Graft | STASH MAGAZINE

Art&Graft Rebrands Boing

London design and motion mavens Art&Graft let loose with an inclusive and brilliantly bonkers rebrand for Boing, the global division of Warner Bros. Entertainment aimed at kids and young adults. [Read more]

Freeform Family Guy Fridays by Creative Mammals | STASH MAGAZINE

Freeform “Family Guy Fridays” Promo Package by Creative Mammals

From Creative Mammals in Atlanta: “Walt Disney Television’s Freeform cable channel asked Creative Mammals to give their Family Guy Fridays a boost by creating a series of marketing promos as well as a broadcast toolkit for use by the in-house teams. [Read more]

MTV Mood Swing IDs curators reel | STASH MAGAZINE

Curator’s Reel of MTV “Mood Swing” Artist IDs

Art Director Ismael Picardi at MTV Networks World Creative Studio in Buenos Aires: “As part of the MTV’s newest rebrand, Mood Swing, we had to search and curate artists to develop idents that fit our concepts, such as love, chill, flawless, energetic, horny, fear, etc. [Read more]

HBO The Swamp documentary main title | STASH MAGAZINE

Jeff Han Drains “The Swamp” for HBO

Elastic creative director Jeff Han is on a roll. Following breakout title work earlier this year for the Amazon series “Hunters” and CNN’s “John Lewis: Good Trouble” doc, Han opens “The Swamp” on HBO with this eerie CG sequence. [Read more]

MTV Studios brand ID by Patrick Claire | STASH MAGAZINE

Antibody Takes MTV Back to the Moon

Creative director Patrick Claire at Antibody in Sydney: “MTV was an iconic brand in my youth and also the place I first worked after graduating from film school. MTV STUDIOS came to us with the idea to revisit the iconic Moonman landing through a contemporary lens. [Read more]