Is Stash 153 the Greatest Issue Ever?

Your springtime shot of creative adrenaline (aka Stash 153) just arrived and is guaranteed 100% effective in your fight against boredom, ennui, and creative blockages of all kinds. [Read more]

Big Bad Wolf Meets Golden Wolf in New Weetabix Spot | STASH MAGAZINE

Big Bad Wolf Meets Golden Wolf in New Weetabix Spot

Characters in breakfast cereal spots don’t often gorge themselves on civilians after rendering them homeless, but that’s the way BBH London chose to roll in this wacky Weetabix spot directed with retro-love by Goldenwolf thru Stink. [Read more]

Dell Packaging System brand film by Woot Creative | STASH MAGAZINE

Mindful Minimalism Elevates this Brand Film for Dell’s New Packaging System

Dell’s commitment to efficient, elegant, and eco-friendly packaging finds clear and effortless articulation in this new CG sequence from creative director Park Sungwoo and the team at Woot Creative in Seoul, South Korea. [Read more]

Six N Five and Plenty Play PlusMinus Vibia | STASH MAGAZINE

Six N. Five and Plenty Play With the Fluidity of Light for Vibia

Director Ezequiel Pini and the teams at Six N. Five in Barcelona and Plenty in Buenos Aires transport us to a tranquil house at sunset to showcase the PlusMinus product line from American lighting brand Vibia. [Read more]

Elyse Kelly launches Neon Zoo studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Elyse Kelly Launches Neon Zoo Studio with “The Greatest Poem” Short Film

Director Elyse Kelly, who’s Fired Up short film still resonates five years on, marks the launch of her studio by gathering 20 animators for a collaborative love letter to the diversity of America called “The Greatest Poem”. [Read more]

Max Cooper Symphony in Acid Music Video Ksawery Kirklewski | STASH MAGAZINE

Max Cooper “Symphony in Acid” Typographic Music Video by Ksawery Kirklewski

Polish designer/animator/programmer Ksawery Kirklewski fuses the words of German philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein with the music of Max Cooper in this fascinating exploration of generative typography called “Symphony in Acid”. [Read more]