Netflix Archive 81 Opening Titles Antibody | STASH MAGAZINE

Netflix “Archive 81” Techno-Gothic Title Sequence by Antibody

Antibody directors Patrick Clair and Raoul Marks conjure a murky and sinister sequence to set the tone for Archive 81, the new Netflix thriller/ghost story that arises thru the efforts of an archivist restoring damaged vintage videotapes. [Read more]

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“The Choe Show” Broadcast Package by Impactist for FX Networks

Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing (aka Impactist) in Portland, OR: “In the FX series The Choe Show, artist David Choe explores relationships via paint and patter, finishing with portraits of guests rendered at the end of each exchange.” [Read more]

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Start the Year Inspired with a Preview of Stash 151

Kick-off 2022 with a shot of creative adrenaline – take two minutes to check out this preview of the 31 brilliant design, animation, and VFX projects included in Stash 151. [Read more]

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FXX “Always Sunny in Philadelphia” S15 Graphics Package by Block & Tackle

From the team at Block & Tackle in New York: “Everyone’s got that herd mentality these days, hunkered down in our tribes, modeling behavior on whatever’s trendy at the moment… without thinking.” [Read more]

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Netflix “Hilda & The Mountain King” Titles by Giant Ant

The Netflix feature-Length animated special Hilda & The Mountain King opens with these titles by Giant Ant, a “software-agnostic” mix of 2.5-D and cel designed to “give the audience a taste of what’s to come without any big spoilers”. [Read more]

Best of Stash 2021 Titles and Broadcast Design | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2021: Titles and Broadcast Design

Few design assignments demand more nuance than setting the tone for what an audience is about to see. Whether in real life or on a screen, the goal is to create the perfect balance between anticipation and revelation. [Read more]