Audi “A Shorter Letter” commercial Frank Barton | STASH MAGAZINE

Audi “A Shorter Letter” by The Frank Barton Company

Madrid animation and VFX house The Frank Barton Company steps boldly into the CG holiday brand video competition with this carefully crafted heart-warmer for Audi thru DDB Spain. [Read more]

best-of-stash-2016-tv-ads-stash-magazine

Best of Stash 2016: TV & Cinema Advertising

As ad campaigns expand and blur across a growing number of platforms, the most coveted bragging rights (and budgets) most often remain with work intended for television and cinema screens. So let’s kick off the Best of Stash 2016 with 10 stand out commercials everyone needs to see. [Read more]

Audi Duel | STASH MAGAZINE

Ringan Ledwidge and The Mill: Audi “Duel”

One bright spot in the otherwise cringe-inducing first presidential debate of 2016, was the launch of another man vs woman “Duel” in the form of this :90 blast of action for Audi from Rattling Stick director Ringan Ledwidge with invisible VFX from The Mill. [Read more]

Sehsucht Audi | STASH MAGAZINE

Sehsucht and Stinkfilm: Audi “The Comeback”

Self-driving cars garner a lot of press lately but “The Comeback” – from Stinkfilm director Stephan Wever and starring a limb-challenged CG T-Rex from Sehsucht – announcing Audi’s new piloted driving system, maybe the first ad for the genre that deserves media space itself. [Read more]

Rupert Saunders Audi_Birth | STASH MAGAZINE

Giving “Birth” to the Audi RS 3 Sportback

Director Andrew Proctor and the Mill+ crew play midwife to Audi’s R8 supercar as it breathes, pushes and strains to deliver the new 362bhp RS 3 Sportback in this 110-second all-CG opus created in collaboration with MJZ director Rupert Sanders thru BBH London. [Read more]

GMUNK Bot & Dolly Autofuss_Audi2 | STASH MAGAZINE

GMUNK, Autofuss, Bot & Dolly: Audi A3 Sportback

Mr. Munkowitz and Bot & Dolly mold the robots-meet-projection-mapping magic they developed for their 2013 triumph “Box” into a sleek series of illusions for Autofuss‘ new Audi A3 Sportback spot thru Verba. As with “Box,” all visuals are accomplished in camera. [Read more]