Adidas Superstar 50th Anniversary | STASH MAGAZINE

Celebrating Adidas Originals “Superstar’s 50th Anniversary” with Device

From Device in Barcelona: “It’s been 50 years since the Adidas Superstar, a streetwear legend, was born. We were invited to participate in this celebration by Hypebeast and The Others, who asked us to direct and produce this project.
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Purple Evolution of Sleep by ManvsMachine | STASH MAGAZINE

ManvsMachine Explores the “Evolution of Sleep” for Purple

The latest volley in the bed-in-a-box wars (started with the runaway success of Casper in 2014) arrives courtesy of Purple and the crew at ManvsMachine ramping up their trademark game of turning products into CG art. [Read more]

Stash issue 140 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview All the Projects Included in Stash 140!

Stay home, stay inspired! Take a peek at this two-minute preview of STASH 140 which adds another 31 motion projects (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to over 5,500 titles included in The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Argos so stylish you can wear it commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Argos “So Stylish You Can Wear It” Spot

It’s hard to go wrong poking fun at fashion films that take themselves too seriously, and adding British actress/model Suki Waterhouse (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) to the mix cements the deal as mandatory comic relief for perilous times. [Read more]

Wacom The Creative Journey | STASH MAGAZINE

BAT Takes Flight in “The Creative Journey” for Wacom

Not To Scale and Iris collaborate to produce a beautiful, eye-catching film for Wacom Cintiq. The film imaginatively illustrates the typical journey and endeavors that an Artist takes through their career to realize their creative ambitions. [Read more]

Direct Line RoboCop Donatello Bumble Bee | STASH MAGAZINE

Direct Line Beats RoboCop, Donatello, and Bumble Bee

Witness the seamless convergence of comedy and VFX in this new three-spot campaign starring disappointed superheroes for UK insurance provider Direct Line via Hungry Man director Brian Buckley and The Mill VFX crew. [Read more]