Parallel Teeth Strange Beast | STASH MAGAZINE

Strange Beast has Parallel Teeth

New Zealand director/animator/illustrator and “maker of things” Rob Wallace, aka Parallel Teeth, joins the roster of London’s Strange Beast. [Watch]

Plastic Horse Crookers | STASH MAGAZINE

Plastic Horse: Crookers “Able To Maximize”

London animation collective Plastic Horse just dropped the first of four videos for Italian DJ/producer Francesco “Phra” Barbaglia’s Crookers project, a weird and wonderful dream-like adventure driven by the simple brief “to create a set of videos that were fucked-up”. Plastic Horse: “Our main creative challenge [Watch]

Mercado_Peach Kings | STASH MAGAZINE

Kris Merc and Benjy Brooke: The Peach Kings “Mojo Thunder”

Designing with chalk, black cardboard, pencils and white crayons then animating in Photoshop, co-directors Kris Merc and Benjy Brooke craft an angular, shadow-filled world in this personal labor-of-love video for The Peach Kings track “Mojo Thunder.” Kris Merc: “I wanted to explore self destructive behaviors [Watch]

Reece_Motion Poems | STASH MAGAZINE

Alicia Reece: “Western Civilization” for Motionpoems

Another standout from season 5 of Motionpoems: “Western Civilization” by poet/author Peter Jay Shippy (channeling Hunter S. Thompson) as interpreted by director/animator Alicia Reece of Minneapolis motion house Neighbor with a compelling and appropriately unsettling mix of live-action and 2D work. [Watch]

FSM Create: Kellogg’s “Imagine”

The often cloying and predicable genre of breakfast-cereal-animation gets a refreshing graphic update in this snappy and exhuberant :30 mix of 2D and 3D talent from directors Emile Rademeyer and Phil Meatchem at FSM Create thru JWT Sydney. [Watch]

Parquerama_Big Bang Dog | STASH MAGAZINE

Parquerama Studios: “Big Bang Dog”

Matias Vigliano and Dante Zaballa (aka Parquerama Studios) create psychotropic and loop-filled animated worlds blending pencils, markers and After Effects. Much to our delight, they just sent us their latest collaboration: a non-sensical, vibrant and amorphous tale called “Big Bang Dog.” Vigliano and Zaballa: “Cartoons [Watch]