McDonalds Yves Geleyn | STASH MAGAZINE

Yves Geleyn Makes Your Happy Meal Happier

Thirty crew, 12 weeks, six sets, plus hundreds of 3D-printed and hand-painted miniature characters culminate in director Yves Geleyn‘s intricate new stop-motion Happy Meal clip shot on Hornet’s stage in Brooklyn for McDonalds thru Leo Burnett UK. [Read more]

Comodo_Promax Europe | STASH MAGAZINE

Cómodo Welcomes PromaxBDA Europe to Barcelona

Barcelona creative studio Cómodo celebrate the opening of the 2016 Promax Europe event in their home town by breaking out a spectrum of styles and techniques in a rollicking “Recognition of the hours of creativity and toil, to the love and passion that we all pour into each project.” [Read more]

Aaron Sorenson Jailbreak | STASH MAGAZINE

Online Premiere: House Special’s “Jailbreak”

Stash is excited to present the online premiere of “Jailbreak,” House Special director Aaron Sorenson’s light-hearted, stop-motion wink to German Expressionism. Photographed in rich black and white, the ambitious in-house film follows the studio’s wildly successful 2015 CG short “Tale of Momentum & Inertia.” [Read more]

Stash 115 | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 115 Drops 2.5 Hours of Inspiration Overload

With a running time of almost 2.5 hours, Stash 115 is guaranteed to overload your inspiration receptors with brilliant design, animation, VFX, and behind-the-scenes features plus exclusive interviews with the talent behind the brilliance. [Read more]

Tronco 1stAvemachine Solar City | STASH MAGAZINE

Can Can Club: Solar City vs Fossil Fuels

Powered by Arnold Worldwide’s snappy copy read at lightning-speed, these three smart, stop-motion Solar City spots from Tronco directors Becho Lo Bianco and Mariano Bergara (aka Can Can Club) thru 1stAveMachine, drive home the ridiculous complexity of powering the planet with fossil fuels vs the sun. [Read more]

PES Honda Paper | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2015: Honda “Paper”

Take a peek at four months of intensely detailed work by Oscar-nominated stop-motion star PES and his team 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]