"Contour" Short Film by Ryo Kitabatake and Takuma Sasaki | STASH MAGAZINE

“Contour” Short Film by Ryo Kitabatake and Takuma Sasaki

Directors Ryo Kitabatake and Takuma Sasaki at WOW in Tokyo commemorate the studio’s 25th anniversary with a visceral CG nightmare for the ages with help from UK real-time and volumetric content specialists Dimension Studio. [Read more]

Joep Beving "Hanging D" (Max Cooper Remix) Music Video by Ksawery Kirklewski | STASH MAGAZINE

Joep Beving “Hanging D” (Max Cooper Remix) Music Video by Ksawery Kirklewski

Inspired by the idea of future generations traveling back in time via “data excavation”, Polish designer/animator and programmer Ksawery Kirklewski mixes code and images from his own past to create a mesmerizing video for Dutch composer Joep Beving. [Read more]

"Miracle Love" Music Video by Zaoeyo | STASH MAGAZINE

“Miracle Love” Music Video by Zaoeyo

After being struck by Riho Makise’s 1993 hit “Miracle Love” online, Chinese visual designer and 3D artist Zaoeyo committed to making a project “based on the song’s mood and seeing how far I could achieve realism in that ‘city pop’ style.” [Read more]

"How Have You Been" by AndyBaker and Polly Nor | STASH MAGAZINE

“How Have You Been?” Short Film by Andy Baker and Polly Nor

In his latest personal short film How Have You Been?, director/animator Andy Baker reteams with London illustrator Polly Nor for a surreal look at “coping with grief, depression, and the mundanity of life in lockdown.” [Read more]

Devialet Gemini Earbuds Product Film by Services Généraux | STASH MAGAZINE

Devialet Gemini Earbuds Product Film by Services Généraux

Paris multidisciplinary creative studio Services Généraux makes its Stash debut with this sleek, tactile, and ultimately envy-inducing product film for the innovative Gemini earbuds from French luxury audio brand Devialet. [Read more]

Universal Everything Launches "Infinity" Endless Live Stream | STASH MAGAZINE

Universal Everything Launches Code-Driven Endless Live Stream “Infinity”

CD and founder Matt Pyke at Universal Everything: “Infinity is a never-ending video artwork, an endless parade of unique personalities born from code. Glimpse something new every time you look, for every minute, of every day, forever.” [Read more]