"Workout" Short Film by Joe Wood and Rumpus Animation | STASH MAGAZINE

“Workout” Short Film by Joe Wood and Rumpus Animation

Director Joe Wood, sound designer/composer Patrick Henchman, and the crew at Rumpus Animation in Bristol get up to all sorts of sweaty, frenetic fun in this festival hit they produced for Aardman’s online channel, Aardboiled. [Read more]

"Petroltribes" Short Film by les83machines | STASH MAGAZINE

“Petroltribes” Short Film by les83machines

Venezuelan art director/designer Leo Esteves (aka les83machines) in Munich, Germany: “Coming from a long fascination with tribal masks and rituals, this project is a combination of some of my favorite classic cars and the power icons that those cars represent, to create petroltribes ritualistic masks. [Read more]

Balenciaga Fall 2021 Campaign Film by Quantic Dream and MPC | STASH MAGAZINE

Balenciaga Fall 2021 Campaign Film by Quantic Dream and MPC

Following up on their striking work for Balenciaga’s Spring 22 Clones Collection, the MPC teams in London and Bangalore draw on a 2010’s videogame aesthetic to build out a melancholy love story set in a VR-obsessed future dystopia. [Read more]

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration

Elevate your creative output with a blast of inspiration from Stash 148, the latest must-see addition to the Stash Permanent Collection, the definitive video archive of brilliant motion design, animation, and VFX projects. [Read more]

"The Faults" Short Film by Gao Yang | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Faults” Short Film by Gao Yang

Using noise algorithms to drive the motion of his latest short film, Beijing designer Gao Yang creates a mesmerizing and abstract third addition to his “Mountains & Rivers” series. [Read more]

"The Patient" Short Film by Axl Le | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Patient” Short Film by Axl Le

Visionary Shanghai director and CG artist Axl Le, who landed two exceptional short films in the Stash Permanent Collection in 2020 (The Funeral and Vincent), just dropped a new peek into his singular worldview with “Patient”. [Read more]