Rubber Bullets PSA by Dan Brown and Royale Film Co | STASH MAGAZINE

Dan Brown and Royale Film Co. Reveal the Dangers of “Rubber Bullets”

Royale Film Co. in Austin, TX: “Inspired by horrific injuries incurred by protestors in Austin, Texas (including a permanently brain-damaged college student), this spot illustrates exactly the kind of damage rubber bullets can do. [Read more]

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Dance Battle | STASH MAGAZINE

Persistent Peril Stage “Dance Battle” for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Producer Sam Bourner at UK animation and illustration studio Persistent Peril: “We were honored to help tell the story of Elizabeth Garcia, a 9-year-old leukemia survivor (and serious hip hop fan), depicting her fight against leukemia as a dance battle. [Read more]

#wemattertoo short film | STASH MAGAZINE

“Every Sentence Shouldn’t be a Death Sentence.”

International production company Park Pictures director Savanah Leaf and Park Pictures executive producer Cody Ryder shed light on the dangerous lack of health and safety standards for incarcerated individuals during the COVID-19 crisis in “#WeMatterToo”, an animated PSA created in partnership with the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) and Imagine Justice. [Read more]

“Stop Climate Change” Fellow Americans PSA | STASH MAGAZINE

Fellow Americans “Stop Climate Change” PSA by Masayoshi Nakamura

Masayoshi Nakamura (aka Good General) is a NY-based art director/animator from Japan: “This is an animated PSA for the non-profit organization Fellow Americans calling to stop climate change. [Read more]

"Isolation" Short Film by Carlos Rivero and Ivette Carmona | STASH MAGAZINE

“Isolation” Short Film by Carlos Rivero and Ivette Carmona

The simplest of shapes interact and multiply into a complex and dynamic macro view of how humans spread a virus in this passion project by Miami-based director/animator Carlos Rivero and composer/sound designer Ivette Carmona. [Read more]

Don’t Touch Your Face! by Leah Shore | STASH MAGAZINE

“Don’t Touch Your Face!” Punk PSA by Leah Shore

New York director/animator Leah Shore shares some less-than-subtle pandemic survival advice in this animated public service announcement powered by a song from Gina Volpe of the NYC punk band Lunachicks. [Read more]