Two for One Burger Bun music video by Impactist | STASH MAGAZINE

“Two for One Burger Bun” Music Promo by Impactist

Renaissance duo Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing (aka Impactist) create an exhilarating collage of original photography, illustration, 3D graphics, and type for the track ‘Two for One Burger Bun’ from their latest album HEY PIG. [Read more]

Institute opening titles by The Panics | STASH MAGAZINE

Erwin van den IJssel Opens “Institute” with Dancing Typography

Producer Bruce Bigg at The Panics in Amsterdam: “The Panics director Erwin van den IJssel worked with Gecko Theatre to create the opening titles and end credits for the dance film “Institute” airing on BBC Four. [Read more]

Promissory Note by Jazeel Gayle | STASH MAGAZINE

“Promissory Note” by Jazeel Gayle feat. MLK Jr.

Jamaican-born Los Angeles director Jazeel Gayle and a team of friends use stark imagery, bold typography, and the words of MLK Jr. to create a stirring motion piece that Gayle offers to customize for use by any cause or organization. [Read more]

Stash issue 141 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview All the Motion Projects Selected for Stash 141!

STASH 141 lands just in time to froth up your quarantined creative juices, adding another two hours of outstanding motion work (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Car Seat Headrest "Hollywood" music video | STASH MAGAZINE

Car Seat Headrest “Hollywood” Lyric Video by Sabrina Nichols

The fast and loose animation and typography of director Sabrina Nichols provides the perfect visual complement to the stripped-down rock of Seattle-based indie band Car Seat Headrest in this lyric video for the track “Hollywood” off the new album Making A Door Less Open, releasing May 1, 2020. [Read more]

Courtney Tulloch typefaces by Jones Knowles Ritchie | STASH MAGAZINE

Tulloch One and Tulloch Two Typefaces by Jones Knowles Ritchie

From the Jones Knowles Ritchie studio in London: “Courtney Tulloch does things other gymnasts can’t. The proof? He’s got two moves named after him (T1 and T2, if you’re asking). He pushes his body to the limits. And it’s made him a champion. [Read more]