Igorrr Very Noise music video by Meat Dept | STASH MAGAZINE

Igorrr “Very Noise” Music Video by MEAT DEPT

The strange and witty CG exploits of artist collective MEAT DEPT continue in brilliant form with this jaw-dropper, a perfect match for the intense and eccentric track “Very Noise” from French musician Gautier Serre (aka Igorrr). [Read more]

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Aardman’s “Turtle Journey” Underway for Greenpeace

Director Gavin Strange unites the stop-motion and CG animation teams at Aardman for this Greenpeace call to action highlighting the pressures of climate change, plastic pollution, oil drilling, and overfishing on the world’s oceans. [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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Oddly Satisfying Vol. 7 by Andreas Wannerstedt

CG artist and motion designer Andreas Wannerstedt in Stockholm: “Oddly Satisfying Vol. 7 is a series of different short loops, each one based upon the idea to trigger some kind of odd satisfaction and that inexplicable feeling we all know.” [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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YETI V Series Brand Film by PROPER

Creative Director Chapman Bullock at design/animation studio PROPER in Austin, Texas: “We were approached to create a teaser and product video for their latest product, the V Series cooler. In the past YETI has always relied on live-action to push its products, so they wanted to be careful moving into a CG-driven direction.” [Read more]