Afloat short film by Thiago Miranda | STASH MAGAZINE

“Afloat” with Thiago Miranda

Currently working as a senior motion graphics designer at ViacomCBS in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Thiago Miranda just dropped us his passion project – a mellow, quasi-psychedelic space fantasy and the perfect escape on a freezing Friday in New York. [Read more]

Kesko Kiroileva Hiili | STASH MAGAZINE

Cursing and Carbon for Kesko

Finnish cartoonist Milla Paloniemi adapts her beloved character Kiroileva siili (cursing hedgehog) and his fondness for foul language to the green initiative of Helsinki conglomerate Kesko in this lovable spot called “Kiroileva Hiili” (cursed carbon). [Read more]

Habito The Climb commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Hornet Heaps More Hell on Habito

From Hornet in NYC: “Director Andy Baker teamed up with Uncommon Creative Studio to illustrate just how hellish, nightmarish, and downright mortally stressful it can be to buy a home without the help of Habito, the UK’s largest online mortgage broker. [Read more]

The Runaway by Andreas Maris | STASH MAGAZINE

Andreas Maris’ Short Film “The Runaway” Suggests Disconnecting More

Animator/illustrator Andreas Maris in Larissa, Greece: “‘The Runaway’ is an animated video I made as my graduation project.
​​​​​​​The idea came up when I noticed that we and our friends were increasingly using our cell phones during our trips. [Read more]

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]

Turtle Journey: the crisis in our o | STASH MAGAZINEceans

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]