Stash 139 preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview the Brilliant Work Included in Stash 139

Jolt your inspiration circuits back to life with this preview of STASH 139 which adds another 31 outstanding motion projects (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to over 5,500 titles included in The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Stash 136 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 136: A Cool Blast of Summer Inspiration

Cool up your summer with a two-minute peek at the stellar motion design, animation, and VFX included in STASH 136 – the latest (and possibly coolest) issue of the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Apex Legends Season 2 – Battle Charge Launch Trailer Mill+ | STASH MAGAZINE

Behold the Apex Legends “Battle Charge Launch Trailer”

Mill+ directors Lisha Tan and David Lawson just unleashed this spectacular season 2 trailer for Respawn’s battle royale shooter Apex Legends, the follow up to their breakout launch trailer back in February 2019. [Read more]

Ed Sheeran Cross Me ft. Chance the Rapper & PnB Rock by Ryan Staake | STASH MAGAZINE

Ed Sheeran “Cross Me” (feat. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock)

Riff Raff Films director Ryan Staake jabs at all the tropes of motion capture while giving the genre a genuine shot of adrenaline in this over-the-top but riveting video for Ed Sheeran with VFX from MPC and mocap by Silver Spoon NYC. [Read more]

Avatar Days Daniel by Piranha Bar | STASH MAGAZINE

Avatar Days “Daniel” Teaser by Piranha Bar

Director Gavin Kelly and the Piranha Bar crew in Dublin reimagine characters from Epic Games’ defunct multiplayer online battle game Paragon into a body switch mockumentary about gamers trapped as their alter egos in the real world. [Read more]

Simon Pyke Spatial, Ornamental, Tribal, Colossal by Universal Everything | STASH MAGAZINE

Simon Pyke “Spatial, Ornamental, Tribal, Colossal” by Universal Everything

Four new compilations of work from UK composer Simon Pyke receive the always-intriguing Universal Everything mocap CG treatment in this promo film designed and directed by longtime collaborator (and sibling) Matt Pyke. [Read more]