Henning Lederer_Book Covers |STASH MAGAZINE

55 Animated Vintage Book Covers

Indulge your fetish for 70’s design with this five-minute, low-key feast of tightly kerned Helvetica, Swiss-flavored graphics and Op art – courtesy of German designer/animator Henning Max Lederer. [Read more]

Electric Theatre Collective DixonBaxi Freeview | STASH MAGAZINE

Freeview Play Branding and Launch Spot

UK digital television platform Freeview (a joint venture between the BBC, ITV, Sky, and Channel 4), is turning heads this week with sleek and vibrant branding from DixonBaxi and an ambitious two-minute animated spot co-directed by Sam Taylor and Bjorn-Erik Aschim at The Line and Sam Brown at Rogue. [Read more]

Matan Stauber_Histography | STASH MAGAZINE

“Histography” Lets You Interact with the Last 14 Billion Years

If your love of visual information extends to history, prepare to lose several hours of your life down the addictive rabbit hole called “Histography,” an interactive timeline spanning from the big bang to 2015 created by Matan Stauber as his graduation project at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. [Read more]

LWZ_FM4 At Home | STASH MAGAZINE

LWZ “Sounds Like FM4: AT Home”

Delightfully detailed, non-sensical new poster and motion work from Vienna design and animation studio LWZ, called “At Home” from the “Sounds Like” series for Austrian national radio station FM4. [Read more]

Fluorescent Hill The Rooster comic | STASH MAGAZINE

Quick! Grab Fluorescent Hill’s New Comic: The Rooster

Montreal art collective Fluorescent Hill (Mark Lomond and Johanne Ste-Marie) take the anti-hype route to promoting their brand new, limited edition comic called The Rooster, a decidedly low-key, 36-page opus unencumbered by action, dialogue, color, words or uplifting messages. [Read more]

Steve Frykholm Herman Miller | Stash Magazine

Herman Miller Picnic Posters by Steve Frykholm

Meet Steve Frykholm who joined Herman Miller in 1970 as their first in-house graphic designer. Charming, unassuming and humble, I find the story of his eccentric company picnic posters, their induction into the Museum of Modern Art and recent reprinting, a refreshing tonic to today’s hard charging design environment. [Read more]