Best of Stash 2018 Title Design | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2018: Title Design

Setting the tone and creating anticipation for a live event, feature film, or television series is both an enormous responsibility and a cherished creative opportunity. Here’s seven title sequences that rose above and beyond in 2018. [Read more]

Danny Rosenbloom Joins AICP | STASH MAGAZINE

Danny Rosenbloom Joins AICP as VP, Post and Digital Production

Danny Rosenbloom Joins AICP as VP, Post and Digital Production [Read more]

AICP 2018 titles The Mill | STASH MAGAZINE

Making the Live Title Sequence for AICP 2018

Have a look at how the Mill Design and Emerging Technology teams blurred the borders of motion graphics and design by generating a live title sequence during the 2018 AICP Next Awards. [Read more]

2018 AICP sponsor reel Gentleman Scholar animation | STASH MAGAZINE

2018 AICP Sponsor Reel by Gentleman Scholar

The 27th AICP Show opened in NYC this week at The Museum of Modern Art with plenty of wit, whimsy, and wordplay supplied by director William Campbell and the Gentleman Scholar crew. [Read more]

AICP Chicago 2017 sponsor reel | STASH MAGAZINE

Lego My Logo!

The 2017 AICP Chicago Show opened with this colorful sponsor reel assembled by the Mill+ crew from a bajillion toy blocks in collaboration with Story and Comma Music. [Read more]

Trollbäck and The Mission for AICP 2014

The annual AICP ad orgy in NY is a classy, multi-day affair inducting exceptional TV spots and other branded motion work into MOMA’s permanent collection.

The 2014 Next Awards Show open (above) created by Trollbäck + Company and the AICP Sponsor Reel (below) by Venice VFX studio The Mission both reflect the upscale and creative nature of the audience while taking very divergent approaches to tone and technique:

T+Co’s open included seven screens, generative coding, live-action and traditional 2D/3D animation complemented by five LED cubes and an LED curtain surrounding the main projection screen. The mission on the other hand takes a straight up CG approach, crafting a surreal, elegant and minimalist piece from Maya, Mudbox, Zbrush, Flame, Adobe CC and V-Ray.


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