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Cornel Swoboda “And Then I Vanish”

New on the Stash radar: Cornel Swoboda, a digital artist from Munich, Germany, living in Melbourne, Australia who spends a goodly amount of his time developing personal projects like this haunting short called “And Then I Vanish.” [Watch]

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Julian Frost “Bananas” Short Film

Melbourne director/illustrator/game-maker Julian Frost (aka the “Dumb Ways to Die” guy), just released this nutritious 2D animated confection called “Bananas” which we think pairs rather nicely with this 3D confection called “Bananas” by Xander Marritt and Elias Freiberger at FutureDeluxe. [Watch]

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Barnaby Roper Dresses Gwendoline Christie

Paris VFX shop St-Louis helps New York photographer Barnaby Roper push his visual experimentation into riveting new territory wrapping English actor/model Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) in digital creations from Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen. [Watch]

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Overwatch: Embedding Action in Emotion

The immediate success of Overwatch, Blizzard’s team-based multiplayer first-person shooter (and the company’s first new gaming franchise since StarCraft in 1998), is due in large part to a series of spectacular animated short films. [Watch]

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“Sometimes I Stutter” Short Film by Gilles Desmadrille

The sweetest animation you’ll see today is this PSA/short called “Sometimes I Stutter,” created by Belgian freelance designer and animator Gilles Desmadrille during his Graphic Design studies at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. [Watch]

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Beautifiul and Brutal: Watch Howie Shia’s “BAM”

Toronto-based Canadian animator/illustrator Howie Shia’s riveting and visceral adaptation of the myth of Hercules tells the story of “a young boxer struggling to negotiate between his shy, bookish nature and a divinely violent temper.” [Watch]

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