Semi Permanent 2023 titles Filipe Carvalho | STASH MAGAZINE

Filipe Carvalho Opens Semi Permanent 2023

The 2023 edition of the Semi Permanent festival launched in Sydney last week with this quizzical animated title sequence by Emmy-winning designer/AD Filipe Carvalho reflecting on this year’s theme of reformation. [Watch]

Monaco Skeleton TAG Heuer brand film by Frame | STASH MAGAZINE

Neon Speed: Frame Defines the Monaco Skeleton for TAG Heuer

Copenhagen motion design studio Frame lights up the latest volley in the CG watch wars with this starkly elegant product film for TAG Heuer’s Monaco Skeleton timepiece just in time for the 2023 Monaco F1 Grand Prix. [Watch]

Natural Chips and Ecological Gambling short film by Weiye | STASH MAGAZINE

Ajiao Weiye Drops New Short Film “Natural Chips and Ecological Gambling”

Chinese director and CG artist Ajiao Weiye, who who hit the Stash radar last summer with this outstanding title sequence, calls out the irresponsibility of gambling with the Earth’s environment in this dramatic new CG short film. [Watch]

Axl Le and Korean Star Lee Minho Build New World, New Meta Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

Axl Le and Korean Star Lee Minho Drop “New World, New Meta” Concept Film

Digital artist and filmmaker Axl Le and his talents for conjuring dangerous near-future worlds return with this short film, a creative alliance with South Korean actor/singer/model/creative director Lee Minho. [Watch]

Pitch Music Arts Festival Campaign Visuals by Anatolii Belikov | STASH MAGAZINE

Pitch Music & Arts Festival Campaign Visuals by Anatolii Belikov and the Ukrainian Diaspora

With his small Kyiv studio closed due to the Russian occupation, director/3D artist Anatolii Belikov regroups his scattered team virtually to craft visuals for the Pitch Music & Arts Festival in Australia. [Watch]

Fabrice Le Nezet Optical Arts Babel short film | STASH MAGAZINE

Watch Fabrice Le Nezet and Optical Arts Build and Destroy The Tower of Babel in Two Minutes

London studio Optical Arts and director Fabrice Le Nezet continue their in-house visual experiments with Babel, a short film “blurring the lines between history, illustration, typography, print, animation, architecture, and design.” [Watch]