royale_vote Neil Patrick Harris | STASH MAGAZINE

Neil Patrick Harris and Royale Want You to Vote

With US voters divided like never before, We Are Royale pull out all the stops, using 80’s airbrush and electro voodoo to summon Neil Patrick Harris for inspiration in an effort to unite the country while it chooses the next leader of the free world. [Read more]

History of robots | STASH MAGAZINE

Brainbot “E-BOT LUTION”

Ever since Fritz Lang introduced Maria in his 1927 expressionist sci-fi classic “Metropolis,” audiences have been fascinated by robots both benevolent and nasty – see if you can name all the pop-culture bots featured in this snappy timeline tribute from Brainbot Studios in Madrid. [Read more]

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Style and Style Frames from STATE Design’s “Statement”

LA studio STATE Design celebrates its third year with a new space, new website and this animated self-promo piece showcasing the company’s diverse range of talents and extolling their boutique values. Have a look at some of the development art as well as the finished piece. [Read more]

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DixonBaxi: 15 Years Young

Running a successful design business for a decade and a half is beyond tough. Keeping your creative output intriguing and meaningful while you do it is a balancing act few studios master. Meanwhile in London, 15 years after their launch, branding and motion house DixonBaxi seem to be just getting underway. [Read more]

Troublemakers | STASH MAGAZINE

The Inspirational Power of Style Frames

French directing duo Burcu Sankur and Geoffrey Godet (AKA Burcu & Geoffrey) created this smile-inducing clip called “Play” based on the style frames they created for a failed pitch with their continental-Europe reps Troublemakers, “We didn’t get the project but we wanted to bring the images to life animating them.” [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2015: Aardman Nathan Love Launch Film

During the summer of 2015, legendary UK studio Aardman Animations acquired a majority share in NYC animation studio Nathan Love to establish their US production entity called Aardman Nathan Love. The new company created this extraordinary piece of character madness to announce the launch. [Read more]