VW ID.4 “The Wheel” commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Spinning Up “The Wheel” for the Volkswagen ID.4

With roots extending back as far as 1833, the zoetrope continues to cast a spell over creatives and consumers alike, with this intricate and elegant spot for VW’s new ID.4 EV serving as a showcase for seven versions. [Read more]

Hebe Tien One, After Another music video by Muh Chen and Grass Jelly | STASH MAGAZINE

Hebe Tien “One, After Another” Music Video by Muh Chen

Taiwanese director Muh Chen and the crew at Grass Jelly Studio in Taipei up the ante in the zoetrope genre with this ambitious, intricate (and surprisingly emotional) mix of live-action and VFX for singer Hebe Tien. [Read more]

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Simon Robson Adds Icing to the Zoetrope Cake

Just when we zoetrope fans were despairing as to when the next hypnotic spinning confection would land, Sixty40 director Simon Robson sends us this feel-good, CG-disguised-as-cake spot (with 3D by Heckler), part of a three-spot campaign produced thru Sydney agency JOY. [Read more]

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1stavemachine: Stella Artois “Learn How Water Leaves a Mark”

1stavemachine and Mother London focus attention on the global water crisis with a spectacular spiral zoetrope directed by Tim Brown and 1stave’s resident master of physical magic Bob Partington for the ongoing partnership of Stella Artois and Matt Damon’s Water.org. [Read more]

AirBnB Zoetrope | Stash Magazine

Behind the Scenes of “Airbnb: A Different Paris”

The popularity of Zoetropes is certainly linked to our current love of all things analogue: meaning handmade, warmer and somehow more honest. But now that TBWA Singapore and Airbnb have created this 12 1/2 foot-wide monster, the question becomes: Did we just hit peak Zoetrope? [Read more]

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Nervous System: “Growing Objects” 3D Printed Zoetropes

Just outside Boston in Somerville, Massachusetts, Jessica Rosenkrantz, Jesse Louis-Rosenberg and their small team at Nervous System explore the intersection of science, art, and technology – writing code based on processes and patterns found in nature to create art, jewelry, clothes and housewares. [Read more]