Creativity Explained "On Color with Eddie Opara" by Oddfellows | STASH MAGAZINE

Creativity Explained “On Color with Eddie Opara” by Oddfellows

Oddfellows ECD Chris Kelly in Portland, OR: “Multifaceted design-mind and Pentagram partner, Eddie Opara sheds light on color and helps demystify the rainbow.” [Read more]

New "Commute" Curiosity by Panoply | STASH MAGAZINE

New “Commute” Curiosity Film by Panoply

Mark Lindner, creative director at Panoply in London: “The latest film in our Curiosity series is an abstract take on the memory of our daily rush-hour commute, packed together on London public transport. Our aim was to convey this feeling of a time that almost feels lost. [Read more]

Head & Shoulders "The Chase" Anime commercial by CRCR | STASH MAGAZINE

Head & Shoulders “The Chase” by CRCR

Psyop/Blacklist directing collective CRCR lathers up a flurry of anime-inspired action/comedy in this new Head & Shoulders spot animated by Wizz in Paris thru agency Forsman & Bodenfors Singapore for the Japanese market. [Read more]

Adobe "Creativity Explained - Type" by oddfellows | STASH MAGAZINE

Adobe “Creativity Explained – Type” by oddfellows

In the first chapter of Adobe’s “Creativity Explained” series, the oddfellows crew translates the warmth and wisdom of German typographer/designer/author Erik Spiekermann into an inspirational mini-manifesto for creatives everywhere. [Read more]

Mailchimp "Big Change Starts Small" by Buck and Kin | STASH MAGAZINE

Mailchimp “Big Change Starts Small” by Buck and Kin

Buck follows up their standout Mailchimp “Anthem” spot with another blend of loose illustrative style and intriguing transitions for the Atlanta-based marketing platform’s new philanthropic initiative Big Change Starts Small. [Read more]

Best of Stash 2020: Brand Films | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2020: Brand Films

Unchained from the run-time constraints, hefty media buys, and content rules of television, films produced for online/social distribution have matured into a brand’s most powerful weapon for telling more complex and emotional stories. [Read more]