Verizon 5G "The Reset" by Doug Liman with MPC | STASH MAGAZINE

Verizon 5G “The Reset” by Doug Liman with MPC

The irksome artifacts of laggy video gaming take on a surreal life of their own in this work from American director Doug Liman (Swingers, The Bourne Identity, etc.) thru Brooklyn agency Madwell with substantial VFX support from MPC. [Read more]

Tajawal "Travel. Bring Back You" by Omar Hilal and Platige Image | STASH MAGAZINE

Tajawal “Travel. Bring Back You” by Omar Hilal and Platige Image

Dejavu director Omar Hilal and the Platige VFX crew conjure a forlorn folksinger (who also happens to be a mandrill) to prove Tajawal’s travel app can help you shake your routine-induced ennui. [Read more]

Kodansha "Take Flight" Spot by Juan Cabral and Untold Studios | STASH MAGAZINE

Kodansha “Take Flight” Brand Film by Juan Cabral and Untold Studios

As part of their rebrand for Japan’s largest publisher Kodansha, Brooklyn design house Gretel teams with MJZ director Juan Cabral and London VFX mavens Untold Studios to create this lyrical 90-sec film to frame the new identity. [Read more]

Sheba's 4am Commercial Designed to Put You to Sleep | STASH MAGAZINE

Sheba’s Five-Hour Spot Designed to Put You to Sleep

We’re betting director Ewan Jones Morris, the team at London studio Friends Electric, and agency AMV BBDO set a Guinness record of some sort creating this 372-minute, smile-inducing spot for Sheba brand cat food. [Read more]

Solita "Fireflies" by Brian Williams and Ntropic | STASH MAGAZINE

Solita “Fireflies” Spot by Brian Williams and Ntropic

Director Brian Williams (aka Super 68) and the VFX crew at Ntropic drop some serious dazzle (and robo-fireflies) into this brand film for Euro software and data company Solita thru London agency Creature. [Read more]

OnePlus x Hasselblad Teasers by BlinkMyBrain (Director's Cut) | STASH MAGAZINE

OnePlus x Hasselblad Teasers by BlinkMyBrain (Director’s Cut)

Mobile maker OnePlus upped their camera game by partnering with photo uber-brand Hasselblad and then hired Final Frontier director BlinkMyBrain (aka Ariel Costa) as part of their push to make sure Chinese consumers know about it. [Read more]