Interstate Tomat | STASH MAGAZINE

Interstate Signs Brazilian Comedy and VFX Directing Duo TOMAT

From the release: New York, NY — (January 27, 2016) – Award-winning directors’ group Interstate has signed Rio De Janeiro-based directing duo TOMAT for exclusive US representation. Comprised of Tomas Salles and Mateus Araujo, TOMAT brings a unique perspective to Interstate. With their combination of outrageous scenarios and visually compelling graphics, their sense of style […] [Read more]

Abu Dhabi_AD Sports | STASH MAGAZINE

Behind the Scenes on Hyper-Real Sports IDs

Frame director Anders Schroder’s love of still photography informs the look and feel for eight intricate and ambitious new IDs for Abu Dhabi Media’s AD Sports channel created in collaboration with Obeida Sidani, CD at Les Folies Design Haus in Dubai. [Read more]

Rovio Angry Birds 2 | STASH MAGAZINE

Angry Birds 2: Bigger. Badder. Birdier.

Six years, 13 spinoffs and 1.4 billion downloads later, Rovio and Wieden+Kennedy London launch Angry Birds 2 with a completely mad porcine action/comedy created by Riff Raff director Francois Rousselet and the VFX crew at The Mill. [Read more]

Stories AG_Triumph | STASH MAGAZINE

ChezEddy + Stories AG: Triumph “Find the One”

Paris animation studio ChezEddy and multiple-Tony-winning American composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown channel the wide-eyed exuberance of the Disney princess genre for UK women’s lingerie maker Triumph in this 3D spectacular starring upcoming modeling phenom Hannah Ferguson. [Read more]

Pitching and Winning Wacom “Cintiq Companion”

Director Anders Shroder and the crew from Danish studio won this gig for the world-wide launch of Wacom’s Cintiq Companion tablet “by challenging the brief and supplying some kick-ass style frames. We treated the job as our own since we actually were the target audience.” [Read more]

Black Dog_Bowie | STASH MAGAZINE

David Bowie “Love is Lost” James Murphy Remix

Multi-talented US post company Industrial Color supply the 3D scanning, animation, CG artistry and grade for Bowie’s latest music video, a 10-minute marathon of various deja vu techniques slung together by Black Dog director Barnaby Roper (Futureheads, OKGO, Moby). Very little new here visually or musically but hey, Bowie [Read more]