BBC "The Hundred" Broadcast Package by Coffee & TV | STASH MAGAZINE

BBC “The Hundred” Broadcast Package by Coffee & TV

From the team at Coffee & TV in London: “Animation directors Ed Kevill-Davies and Daisy Loader were commissioned by BBC Sport to design and create the visual identity and title sequence for the BBC coverage of The Hundred 2021 cricket fixtures.” [Read more]

"The Last Train" Short Film by Ross Hogg | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Last Train” Short Film by Ross Hogg

Few environments provide insights into the depths of human behavior like the crucible of crowded late-night public transit – a fact Scottish director/animator Ross Hogg takes full advantage of in his latest animated short. [Read more]

BBC #LetsGoThere Tokyo Olympics Spot by Factory Fifteen and Nexus Studios | STASH MAGAZINE

BBC #LetsGoThere Tokyo Olympics Spot by Factory Fifteen, Nexus, and The Mill

BBC Olympics promo spots are always a grand visual treat and this 60-second VFX extravaganza by Nexus directors Factory Fifteen is no different as it sweeps viewers into an obsessively detailed, sports-infused Tokyo. [Read more]

BBC Ideas Resilience by Kong Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Kong Studio Reinforces the Importance of “Resilience” for BBC Ideas

Co-founders Bill Elliott and Tom Baker at Kong Studio in London: “2020 has been a rough ride for many people around the world. The need to be resilient on both personal and societal levels seems ever more important. [Read more]

BBC Make a Difference animated spots | STASH MAGAZINE

BBC Radio “Make A Difference” Spots by Strange Beast

Strange Beast director/animators Anna Ginsburg, Hannah Jacobs, and Matt Lloyd each contribute a chapter to this heartfelt BBC Radio campaign sharing stories of local groups and individuals working to make life easier in their communities. [Read more]

THE ABC MURDERS Opening Titles BBC Huge Designs | STASH MAGAZINE

“The ABC Murders” Opening Titles by Huge Designs

The BBC adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1936 novel “The ABC Murders” debuted amid controversy about the dark tone and casting of John Malkovich as Hercule Poirot but the menacing titles, created by London’s Huge Designs, deserve only praise. [Read more]