"Sony Mixtape" CG Short Film by INK | STASH MAGAZINE

“Sony Mixtape” CG Mini-Short by INK

CG animation and design specialists INK in London: “We pay homage to the wizards of miniaturization with our brand new playful animation dedicated to the original Sony Walkman. [Read more]

Samsung "Notebook Plus2" Product Film by The Mill | STASH MAGAZINE

Samsung “Notebook Plus2” Product Film by The Mill

Creative director Tom Dibb, who is responsible for The Mill’s direct-to-brand projects, leads the team in this elegant and often ethereal film for Samsung’s new Notebook Plus2 while always maintaining a sense of playfulness and surprise. [Read more]

Adobe "Creativity Explained - Type" by oddfellows | STASH MAGAZINE

Adobe “Creativity Explained – Type” by oddfellows

In the first chapter of Adobe’s “Creativity Explained” series, the oddfellows crew translates the warmth and wisdom of German typographer/designer/author Erik Spiekermann into an inspirational mini-manifesto for creatives everywhere. [Read more]

Flowe Mobile App Design Case Study by Illo | STASH MAGAZINE

Flowe Mobile App Illustration and Animation Case Study by Illo

Illo creative director Ilenia Notarangelo in Turin, Italy: “Flowe is the fintech app developed by Mediolanum Bank for the Generation Z audience, providing a guide for first bank accounts and useful tips on saving.” [Read more]

Michael Hays "The Way (feat. Eric Heywood)" Music Video by Emanuele Kabu | STASH MAGAZINE

Michael Hays “The Way (feat. Eric Heywood)” Music Video by Emanuele Kabu

Italian director/animator Emanuele Kabu, who perked up the depths of January 2018 with his Winterplay “Jazz Foo Foo” video, is back with more mesmerizing abstractions in this new work for American singer-songwriter Michael Hays. [Read more]

Ordinary Folk Take on "Flibbertigibbet" for Animography’s A Word a Week | STASH MAGAZINE

Ordinary Folk Take on “Flibbertigibbet” for Animography’s A Word a Week

Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “If you have a half-hour to kill, try saying ‘flibbertigibbet’ three times fast. If you only have 20 seconds, watch this film and listen to each of us trying to say it once.” [Read more]