Best of Stash 2020: Event Films | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2020: Event Films

While design events (live and virtual) play a crucial role in connecting and inspiring all of us in the creative industries, they also provide exceptional opportunities for the studios invited to create titles and promotional assets. [Read more]

The Atlantic Festival 2020 graphics package | STASH MAGAZINE

The Atlantic Festival 2020 Graphics Package by ATK PLN

In 2020, premiere conferences and events are no longer working to elevate their experience from the year before, but are instead challenged with a drastic pivot to an entirely virtual experience. For The Atlantic Festival, their 2020 virtual event in September continued to bring on revered speakers including Hillary Rodham Clinton, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Samantha Bee, and Billy Porter. [Read more]

Stash 144 video preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 144 Drops Two Hours of Motion Magic!

Yes, 2020 feels like a write-off in many ways but Stash 144 proves the planet’s designers, animators, and VFX artists faced the storm with unwavering resolve and new levels of innovation. [Read more]

2020 Vision Get Wild Award opening by Bito | STASH MAGAZINE

Bito Opens the 2020 Vision Get Wild Awards with “Final Blow”

Bito production studio in Taipei, Taiwan: “To designers, every single design process is a tremendous challenge, not only encompassing existing styles but also to breakthrough themselves again and again.” [Read more]

Stash issue 143 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 143 Lands with a Bang!

The Stash Permanent Collection continues to expand with STASH 143 adding another 31 outstanding motion projects plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews. Check the two-minute preview to see the new inductees. [Read more]

Brazil League of Legends 2020 Opening | STASH MAGAZINE

Brazilian League of Legends Finals “We are One” Open

The 2020 Brazilian League of Legends Championship finals opened with director Jannerson Xavier and the crew at São Paulo animation studio Histeria! turning their hometown into a giant LoL match crammed with street art, VFX, and typography. [Read more]