Rick and Morty God of War Ragnarök PlayStation | STASH MAGAZINE

Rick and Morty Break “God of War Ragnarök” for PlayStation

Rick and Morty’s ongoing adventures into brand marketing continue as the Adult Swim stars take on the roles of Kratos and Atreus for this note-perfect God of War Ragnarök game promo. [Watch]

Rick and Morty enter the Speedportal with Adidas | STASH MAGAZINE

Rick and Morty enter the Speedportal with Adidas

Toby Castle-Smith, copywriter at TBWA\NEBOKO in Amsterdam: “It’s one of these campaigns where you throw something at the wall thinking it is going to get a few laughs and fall off, but it sticks and a few months later we’re on weekly calls with the wonderful people at Adult Swim, and it all starts to come to life.” [Watch]

Dal Park Navigates Hairy Situations for Adult Swim Smalls | STASH MAGAZINE

Dal Park Navigates “Hairy Situations” for Adult Swim Smalls

Berlin-based artist, director, and illustrator Dal Park provides a crazed peek into the life of a “hairdresser struggling to keep up with her demanding clients” in her new short film for the ongoing Adult Swim Smalls series. [Watch]

Adult Swim "Social Media" ID by 2veinte | STASH MAGAZINE

Adult Swim “Social Media” ID by 2veinte

2veinte in Buenos Aries create a small blast of insanity for Adult Swim: “Do you feel sometimes you’re getting caught up in social media madness? Be careful, something extreme could happen…” [Watch]

Adult Swim Dirty Projectors Earth Crisis by Encyclopedia Pictura | STASH MAGAZINE

Adult Swim + Encyclopedia Pictura + Dirty Projectors = “Earth Crisis”

In one of the most surprising (and striking) collaborations of 2020, Encyclopedia Pictura director Isaiah Saxon conjures a magical and melancholy tale for Adult Swim anchored on music from Brooklyn indie rock band Dirty Projectors. [Watch]

Adult Swim IN_BOX short film by Michael Marczewski | STASH MAGAZINE

Adult Swim Smalls “IN_BOX” by Michael Marczewski

The Adult Swim Smalls series of short films continue to generate smiles with off-kilter motion experiments like this low-key comic treat from director/animator Michael Marczewski in London. [Watch]