Christophe Peladan Goutte d'Or | STASH MAGAZINE

Stop Motion Masterwork “Goutte d’Or”

So here’s the thing: the love interest is nubile, naked, flies a broom, and her octopus-wig doubles as her chaperone fending off the lusty advances of an undead, one-eyed old pirate captain while three also-undead sailors hang around playing musical wingmen. [Read more]

Jesse Collett_Boom is Life | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on “Boom is Life” with Director Jesse Collett

London director/designer Jesse Collett graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2014 on the strength of this low key but technically adventurous short film he describes as “an ethereal, multi-dimensional mashup of real and animated elements.” [Read more]

Nicos Livesey_Radkey | STASH MAGAZINE

Garage-punk Meets Claymation: Radkey “Glore”

Shake up your Friday with this two-minute blast of hyperactive and hallucinatory stop-motion from Blinkink director Nicos Livesey and a micro-crew of three animators for US garage-punk outfit Radkey. Produced thru Channel 4’s Random Acts art initiative. [Read more]

Johnny Kelly_Dropbox |STASH MAGAZINE

Interview: Johnny Kelly on Dropbox “Creative Freedom”

Nexus wunderkind director Johnny Kelly talks to Stash about pulling together 100+ artists, designers, craftspeople, architects, engineers, scientists and musicians; assigning them each a scene, then merging it all into a hypnotic brand film for Dropbox. [Read more]

PES_Honda Hands RPG | Stash Magazine

Behind the Scenes with PES on Honda “Paper”

Take a peek at four months of intensely detailed work by Oscar-nominated stop-motion star PES and “dozens of animators and illustrators” as they recreate the evolution of Honda products with thousands of hand-rendered drawings on real live paper with pre-vis and VFX/finishing by a52. [Read more]

High Windows Philip Larkin | STASH MAGAZINE

Onur Senturk Sculpts Philip Larkin’s “High Windows”

Troublemakers director Onur Senturk sculpts a dark and dramatic vision of “High Windows” by esteemed English poet Philip Larkin, the first of three films launching The Josephine Hart Poetry Foundation’s Poetry Movement program which aims “to stand as the next logical step in terms of the way we consume verse.” [Read more]