Godfather of Harlem Title Sequence | EPIX | STASH MAGAZINE

EPIX “Godfather of Harlem” Title Sequence by Digital Kitchen

Art Director/designer/lead animator Peter Pak at Digital Kitchen in Los Angeles: “The Godfather of Harlem main title is an homage to the collages created by African-American artist, Romare Bearden (1911-1988), during 1960s Harlem. [Read more]

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“Casus Boloss” Title and Series Animation

Designer/directors Cyril Calgaro and Valentin Nouvel combine forces to complete an irreverent animated title and episode package for geopolitical web series “Casus Boloss” found on Euro free-to-air television network ARTE. [Read more]

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Preview the Brilliant Work Included in Stash 139

Jolt your inspiration circuits back to life with this preview of STASH 139 which adds another 31 outstanding motion projects (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to over 5,500 titles included in The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

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CLAN Team Serves Up Match TV Broadcast IDs

Moscow design team CLAN (not to be confused with CLAN vfx in São Paulo) show off their many visual talents strapped together by wit and whimsy in these five broadcast promo’s for Russian sports network Match TV. [Read more]

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Found Studio Uncovers History for Viasat

Ryan Locke, senior motion designer/AD at Found Studio in London: “Launching [European broadcaster] Viasat World’s latest creative campaign, ‘Uncovering History’, sees the channel’s iconic H mark revealed in relation to six pillars of the channel’s programming: World War II, the French revolution, lost civilizations, Russian space exploration, and the industrial revolution. [Read more]

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Imaginary Forces Opens “See” for Apple TV+

Creative director Karin Fong follows stylistically diverse work for “Jack Ryan” on Amazon and “Tell Me a Story” on CBS All Access with these ominous/intriguing titles for the Apple TV+ series “See” which finds humans in a future without their sense of sight. [Read more]