Evangelion short film by Somei | STASH MAGAZINE

Tribute to “Evangelion” Anime by Somei

This spectacular new personal project from Shanghai director/motion designer Somei Sun was inspired by his childhood obsession with the critically acclaimed Japanese mecha anime TV series Evangelion. [Read more]

Amazon Original Opener by Panoply | STASH MAGAZINE

Visual Explorations for Panoply’s Amazon Original Opener

Grab a peek at some of the sleek R&D London CG specialists Panoply invested in their quest to re-imagine the Amazon Original opener as “a memorable, relevant, and differentiated branded signature.” [Read more]

Fetch looping short film by Nomographic | STASH MAGAZINE

“Fetch” Looping Short Film by Nomographic

Join London studio Nomographic for an endless encounter with the space-time continuum as an otherwise innocent man triggers a cycle of head trauma and confusion playing fetch with his dog in a park. [Read more]

CNN Life After Coming Out | STASH MAGAZINE

CNN Looks at “Life After Coming Out”

Art director Ignacio Osorio and the team at CNN Motion apply a gentle, compassionate touch to the story of Mark Tedesco, a young priest trying to reconcile his faith and sexuality in the latest episode of CNN’s “Life After” series. [Read more]

NVIDIA "Marbles RTX" Real-time 3D Gaming Demo | STASH MAGAZINE

NVIDIA “Marbles RTX” Real-time 3D Demo

During his virtual keynote at the 2020 edition of NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, CEO/founder Jensen Huang illustrated the company’s work the edge of real-time 3D with this jaw-dropper, a riveting peek at the future of moving images. [Read more]

Bright Eyes "Mariana Trench" music video | STASH MAGAZINE

Bright Eyes “Mariana Trench” Music Video by Art Camp

Starting with 3D animation and archival footage as reference, NYC studio Art Camp merges the talents of 18 artists hunkered down in insolation to create 2,200 hand-illustrated ink paintings for “Mariana Trench” by US indie rockers Bright Eyes. [Read more]

EA Sports "Next Level" | STASH MAGAZINE

EA Sports “Next Level” by Carl Addy

Director Carl Addy at The Mill: “We busted out all the re-appropriation tricks for this: gameplay, archival footage, hand-animated, stuff we shot before, shot at home, shot on holiday. I think it turned into a fine piece of eyeball bullying.” [Read more]

"M-Morris" short film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

William Morris Gets a CG Update from Optical Arts

Hot on the heels of their striking “Utopia” short film released earlier this month, Optical Arts in London craft an intricate and obsessively detailed ode to British textile designer and Arts and Crafts icon William Morris. [Read more]