Adobe Photoshop Fantastic Voyage commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Adobe Photoshop “Fantastic Voyage” by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and Mathematic

The dreary tedium of a New York subway ride transforms into a 60-second psychotropic adventure courtesy of Partizan director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet and Paris VFX masters Mathematic thru 72andSunny for Adobe’s Photoshop. [Read more]

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Making of Cheerios “Right on Tracks” with Johnny Kelly

Nexus director Johnny Kelly lets Stash fans in on the challenges and process behind his new music-driven, puppet-filled brand films for Cheerios produced through 72andSunny. [Read more]

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Laundry and Friends Tell SYFY25 Origin Stories

To punch up the launch of “SYFY25: Origin Stories,” a podcast featuring interviews with sci-fi notables, LA motion studio Laundry designed a series of animated shorts illuminating key moments from the 15-part series. [Read more]

Destiny 2 Destiny 2 – Official Live Action Trailer – New Legends Will Rise | STASH MAGAZINE

Destiny 2 “New Legends Will Rise” Live Action Trailer

Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and the Framestore VFX team lubricate this massive new trailer for Destiny 2 with just enough smart-ass comedy to attract new players while keeping hardcore fans firmly in hand. [Read more]

Call of Duty Black Ops Elastic | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2015: CALL OF DUTY BLACK OPS III: “EMBERS”

Director Patrick Clair and the Elastic crew team with agency 72andSunny to compile a convincing news montage stretching 50 years into the future creating an unnerving back story for Activision’s Call of Duty franchise in prep for the release of “Black Ops III” in the fall of 2015. [Read more]

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Interview: Johnny Kelly on Dropbox “Creative Freedom”

Nexus wunderkind director Johnny Kelly talks to Stash about pulling together 100+ artists, designers, craftspeople, architects, engineers, scientists and musicians; assigning them each a scene, then merging it all into a hypnotic brand film for Dropbox. [Read more]