DoorDash "Welcome To The Flavourhood II" by Stevie Gee and Essy May | STASH MAGAZINE

DoorDash “Welcome To The Flavourhood II” by Stevie Gee and Essy May

Blinkink directors Stevie Gee and Essy May in London: “Meatballs in sunglasses, Burgers on BMXs, and Ice Queens with attitude. For this super fun job, we had the pleasure of designing all the characters and sets ourselves and then used the classic techniques of stop motion animation, puppetry, and model miniatures to bring them to life.” [Watch]

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“Permission To Move” Trailer by Niceshit Studio

Using a light touch and multiple animation techniques, Niceshit Studio in Barcelona turns a potentially very dry promo for an online course and book on chronic pain into a hopeful, helpful, and very watchable 90-second film. [Watch]

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Making of Cheerios “Right on Tracks” with Johnny Kelly

Nexus director Johnny Kelly lets Stash fans in on the challenges and process behind his new music-driven, puppet-filled brand films for Cheerios produced through 72andSunny. [Watch]

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Nikita Diakur Keeps it Ugly for MTV

The Ugly Project makes it’s break into the mainstream with Nikita Diakur applying his singular talent for severely busted 3D marionettes to this :15 MTV Ident. [Watch]

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Behind the scenes on “The Internet of Sh*t”

If, like me, you feel a deep skepticism and/or distrust about the internet of things, this new spot by Stockholm agency Forsman & Bodenfors for Swedish tech giant Semcon should make you smile. [Watch]