"LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS" Season Two Lands May 14th | STASH MAGAZINE

“LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS” Season Two Lands May 14th

The second installment of David Fincher and Tim Miller’s landmark anthology series LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS explodes on Netflix this week with eight new animated short films from Atoll Studio, Axis Animation, Blink, Blur, Passion Pictures, and Unit Image. [Read more]

"CONCRETE" Short Film by Aira Joana, Luca Struchen, Nicolas Roth, and Pirmin Bieri | STASH MAGAZINE

“CONCRETE” Short Film by Aira Joana, Luca Struchen, Nicolas Roth, and Pirmin Bieri

Created as their diploma film at the Lucerne School of Art and Design, director/animators Aira Joana, Luca Struchen, Nicolas Roth, and Pirmin Bieri merge 3D and 2D animation into a thoughtful meditation on place and purpose. [Read more]

"Yellowstone 88" Short Film by Little Fluffy Clouds | STASH MAGAZINE

“Yellowstone 88” Short Film by Little Fluffy Clouds

Founded 25 years ago this week, Bay Area studio Little Fluffy Clouds celebrate with the release of their latest short film, an animated ode Yellowstone National Park and devastating fires that swept through it in 1988. [Read more]

"Framework" Short Film by Sylvain Gaussens | STASH MAGAZINE

“Framework” Short Film by Sylvain Gaussens

Art director and 3D designer Sylvain Gaussens in Paris: “Framework is a personal project where I try to create an experience. The film builds like a path through an exhibition, around different art pieces.” [Read more]

"Life's Flowing Path" Short Film by Dimitrios Sakkas | STASH MAGAZINE

“Life’s Flowing Path” Short Film by Dimitrios Sakkas

3D artist and motion designer Dimitrios Sakkas in Athens, Greece: “Life’s Flowing Path is a film about how life is moving through time, from when we are born through the end.” [Read more]

"Digital Debris" Short Film by Nicola Destefanis | STASH MAGAZINE

Nicola Destefanis Sorts Out His Insomnia Patterns in “Digital Debris”

3D artist and motion Designer Nicola Destefanis in London: “I always suffered from insomnia. But my condition got quite bad during the lockdown. So instead of staring at the ceiling, I decided to invest the extra free time describing the twists and loops of my mind trying to fall asleep. [Read more]