Facebook Take On Anything Loops by Hueso 1stAveMachine | STASH MAGAZINE

Facebook “Take On Anything” Loops by Hueso and 1stAveMachine

Director Gianluca Fallone at Hueso in Buenos Aires: “As part of Facebook’s Take on Anything campaign, we developed a series of animated loops for their carousels. The carousels behave like a gallery in which users can do some window shopping and discover awesome groups. [Watch]

New York City Loop DeeKay Kwon | STASH MAGAZINE

“New York City” Loop by DeeKay Kwon

Director/animator Deekay Kwon: “I lived in NY for 12 years and it’s a place where I grew myself as an artist. Started with only pencil doodling skills at the age of 18 then climbed my way up to fall in love with 2D animation.” [Watch]

Dunderville Website Loops by Thiago Steka and Ricardo Drehmer | STASH MAGAZINE

Dunderville Website Loops by Thiago Steka and Ricardo Drehmer

Director/animator Thiago Steka in Lajeado, Brazil: “My friends Jonas and Erik from [Swedish motion design studio] Dunderville asked me to create some print-looking intricate loops that represent each step of their creative process.” [Watch]

Courts animated loop by Barry Chapman | STASH MAGAZINE

“Courts” Animated Loop by Barry Chapman

Irish motion designer Barry Chapman in London: “It was great to get the opportunity to collaborate with the incredible aerial photographer Petra Leary on this project. I’m a massive fan of her work so was really delighted to be given the chance to animate some of her photography. [Watch]

COVID Loop by Yuval Haker | STASH MAGAZINE

The Story Behind “COVID Loop” by Yuval Haker

Back in April 2020, motion designer and illustrator Yuval Haker responded to the World Health Organization’s open call to creatives to raise COVID-19 awareness with this animation that shows the spread of infection “as one big connected system.” [Watch]

Fetch looping short film by Nomographic | STASH MAGAZINE

“Fetch” Looping Short Film by Nomographic

Join London studio Nomographic for an endless encounter with the space-time continuum as an otherwise innocent man triggers a cycle of head trauma and confusion playing fetch with his dog in a park. [Watch]