ASSOS "Unknow Your Limits" Brand Film by Bolder | STASH MAGAZINE

ASSOS “Unknow Your Limits” Brand Film by Bolder

Following up on this striking film, Brighton’s own Bolder Creative reteams with agency Identity to mix in-camera effects with elegant CG on their stylish new outing for cycling apparel brand ASSOS of Switzerland. [Read more]

Century 21 at 50 by Natalie Labarre and Yves Geleyn | STASH MAGAZINE

Century 21 at 50 by Natalie Labarre and Yves Geleyn

Hornet directors Natalie Labarre and Yves Geleyn help Century 21 celebrate 50 years in the real estate trade with a series of warm-hearted (and in one case, tear-inducing) real-world stories from agents who go above and beyond selling houses. [Read more]

Balenciaga Fall 2021 Campaign Film by Quantic Dream and MPC | STASH MAGAZINE

Balenciaga Fall 2021 Campaign Film by Quantic Dream and MPC

Following up on their striking work for Balenciaga’s Spring 22 Clones Collection, the MPC teams in London and Bangalore draw on a 2010’s videogame aesthetic to build out a melancholy love story set in a VR-obsessed future dystopia. [Read more]

Hembree "Reach Out" Music Video by Igor + Valentine and Carpenter Collective | STASH MAGAZINE

Hembree “Reach Out” Music Video by Igor + Valentine and Carpenter Collective

The Kansas City combo of indie rockers Hembree and design studio Carpenter Collective join forces with the animation talents at Igor + Valentine on a warm and jaunty music video powered by the band’s new track “Reach Out”. [Read more]

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration

Elevate your creative output with a blast of inspiration from Stash 148, the latest must-see addition to the Stash Permanent Collection, the definitive video archive of brilliant motion design, animation, and VFX projects. [Read more]

Netflix "These are your Rights" by Buck and Adam Lambert | STASH MAGAZINE

Buck and Adam Lambert Count us Through the Bill of Rights

The 10-episode Netflix series “We the People” makes brilliant use of animation and music in its quest to engage teens in the US civic and political processes. For example, Buck and Adam Lambert counting us through the Bill of Rights. [Read more]