FKA Twigs Sad Day music video | STASH MAGAZINE

FKA Twigs “Sad Day” Music Video by Hiro Murai and MPC

From the release: Directed by Doomsday Entertainment’s Hiro Murai, the visually unique video is based on the sensual movements of Wushu martial arts, which is used to depict the complex relationship between the two lead characters.
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Vittel "Biodiversité" Campaign by Mikros MPC | STASH MAGAZINE

Vittel “Biodiversité” Campaign by Mikros MPC

French bottled water brand Vittel celebrates the natural diversity of their mountainous source region of Vosges with a set of three full CG spots by Mikros MPC in Paris starring a boxing bee, a dunking squirrel, and breakdancing ladybug. [Read more]

Did Somebody Say Just Eat ft. Snoop Dogg | STASH MAGAZINE

Just Eat “Did Somebody Say – ft. Snoop Dogg”

With global food delivery wars amplified by the pandemic lockdown, McCann recruits Snoop Dogg and his entourage (including Riff Raff director François Rousselet and the MPC VFX team) to fortify Just Eat’s new campaign. [Read more]

Alkemy X VFX Supervisors Bilali Mack and Erin Nash | STASH MAGAZINE

Alkemy X Adds VFX Supervisors Bilali Mack and Erin Nash in NYC

Alkemy X has hired VFX Supervisors Bilali Mack and Erin Nash in its NYC office. Mack comes to Alkemy X from MPC, where he supervised and executed VFX on spots for top brands including Adidas, Sonos, Google, and BMW. Nash joins the team from FuseFX where he served as Head of 2D, leveraging his experience across television, film and commercial work. [Read more]

Stash issue 140 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview All the Projects Included in Stash 140!

Stay home, stay inspired! Take a peek at this two-minute preview of STASH 140 which adds another 31 motion projects (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to over 5,500 titles included in The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Argos so stylish you can wear it commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Argos “So Stylish You Can Wear It” Spot

It’s hard to go wrong poking fun at fashion films that take themselves too seriously, and adding British actress/model Suki Waterhouse (Pride and Prejudice and Zombies) to the mix cements the deal as mandatory comic relief for perilous times. [Read more]