Minima Blockchain Manifesto by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

Minima Blockchain “Manifesto” by Ordinary Folk

From the team at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “When it came to introducing their mission to the world, Minima wanted to go for something a little outside what you’d normally expect from a web3 company.” [Read more]

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Ordinary Folk Uses Spline to Introduce Spline

While brand explainer films are now ubiquitous, there are very few that actually use the featured product to create the finished visuals – like, say, this one by Vancouver’s Ordinary Folk for the browser-based real-time 3D app Spline. [Read more]

Stories to be Remembered Short Film Animagic | STASH MAGAZINE

“Stories to be Remembered” Short Film by Animagic

Self-promotional videos can be a slippery slope for motion studios, often sliding into over-earnest or over-confident manifestos but Animagic strikes the right tone with this two-minute look at the importance of stories in human history. [Read more]

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Team USA “Maame Biney” and “Elana Meyers Taylor” by Art&Graft

From the team at Art&Graft: “In this cool campaign for Team USA, Art&Graft in collaboration with 72andSunny show the team of family and friends behind the Olympians at Beijing 2022. [Read more]

Plastic Pollution Coalition A Love Letter to Plastic Nicolo Bianchino | STASH MAGAZINE

Plastic Pollution Coalition “A Love Letter to Plastic” by Nicolo Bianchino

Breaking off our relationship with single-use plastics won’t be easy but Brooklyn director/animator Nicolo Bianchino takes the first step in this heartfelt brand film for advocacy group Plastic Pollution Coalition. [Read more]

Tezos A Better Blockchain Explainer Giant Ant | STASH MAGAZINE

Tezos “A Better Blockchain” Explainer by Giant Ant

From the team at Giant Ant in Vancouver: “Tezos is a blockchain. A better, more beautiful, more flexible blockchain. And we helped them to explain why with, well, blocks.” [Read more]