Melancholy is not a feeling I associate with pop music but this video for Chinese singer/songwriter Cai Xukun, powered by meditative animation from VCRWORKS in Seoul, takes us deep into sorrow and pulls off an unlikely emotional coup along the way. [Read more]
One of the most delightfully strange music videos we’ve seen in a decade, “Hesperius Draco” was crafted by Seattle CG artist and director Richard Lord for Brussell’s based musician Alessandro Parisi.
Bristol animation directing duo Hi-Sim (aka Chris Hawkes and Chuen Hung Tsang) explore the whimsical edges of chaos and what happens when carefully planned systems fall apart in this CG video for English rock band Editors. [Read more]
Ruffmercy, the UK animator/director (and Stash regular) best known for his music video work, lets loose with a magnum opus called “’88,” a gloriously chaotic 11-minute film made for The Barbican’s Jean-Michel Basquiat retrospective in London. [Read more]
In their latest adventure merging in-house musical and visual delights, Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing (aka Impactist) explore the existential aspects of pizza and its rightful place in the universe. [Read more]