Field Day The Sea is Blue | STASH MAGAZINE

Field Day Presents Vincent Peone “The Sea Is Blue”

Inspired by a life-threatening family tragedy, New York director/writer/cinematographer Vincent Peone (who co-founded the video team at collegehumor.com) leads a stellar crew on a seven-month, stop-motion and CG journey to reveal the magical story behind just why The Sea is Blue. [Read more]

Stay Inspired with STASH 114

If you’ve never experienced The Stash Permanent Collection, now’s the time with a FREE 30-day subscription. Our 114th issue adds another 31 outstanding animation, VFX and motion projects to the planet’s largest online video design library, plus behind-the-scenes features and exclusive interviews. [Read more]

Marc & Emma_Oh Willy | STASH MAGAZINE

Warm and Wooly: Marc & Emma Release “Oh Willy”

After wooing audiences and collecting awards at over 80 festivals, the warm, wooly and wonderfully absurd stop motion opus “Oh Willy” by Belgian directing duo Marc James Roels and Emma De Swaef went online this morning. [Read more]

Lobo BBDO Autism Speaks | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on “Autism Speaks” with Gui Marcondes

Building his narrative on the experiences of Jacob, an 11 year-old autistic boy, NYC-based director/CD Guilherme Marcondes and the Sao Paulo crew of Lobo use a mix of miniatures and CG to craft a touching and informative piece for US advocacy org Autism Speaks thru BBDO NY and the Ad Council. [Read more]

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]