FITC Ideas in Motion Opening title sequence IAMSTATIC | STASH MAGAZINE

IAMSTATIC Opens Ideas in Motion 2018 for FITC

FITC’s Ideas in Motion design conference opened in Toronto this week on an intriguing note set by this title sequence crafted by hometown motion studio IAMSTATIC and a cool track by John Black at Cypher Audio. [Read more]

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Two Hours of Wow in Two Minutes: Preview Stash 131

Brace yourself for a mad rush of inspiration and insight as Stash 131 drops two fresh hours of motion design, animation, and VFX plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

FITC Camp 2018 Titles animation Buck | STASH MAGAZINE

Camp 2018 Titles by Buck

FITC’s Camp 2018 event launched today in the wilds of Calgary with these delicious/hilarious 2D animated titles from ECD Ryan Honey and the Buck crew all powered by the musical talents of Steve Day, Marc Steinberg, and Andy Lyon. [Read more]

IBM Think Conference - Motion Branding Reel by Foam | STASH MAGAZINE

IBM Think Conference: Motion Branding Reel

IBM’s inaugural Think conference hit Vegas earlier this year complete with this ambitious, flexible, and beautiful branding scheme created by Athletics NYC and foam Studio, the commercial arm of Berlin’s Zeitguised. [Read more]

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Japan Media Arts Festival Promo by Kohei Yoshino

In June 2017 Stash published the trailer for “Float,” a brilliant and enigmatic CG fantasy/adventure directed by Kohei Yoshino with music by Haruna Karasuda. Now the duo is back with this fluid and whimsical work for the Japan Media Arts Festival. [Read more]

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TEDx Sydney 2018 Opening Titles by Scott Geersen

In 2017 director Scott Geersen leapt onto the Stash radar with his remarkable CG titles for TEDx Sydney. His follow up work for this year’s conference guides us through the TEDx Museum “where our present and potential future collide with the past.” [Read more]