Mountwest Community and Technical College commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Coat of Arms Urges West Virginians to “Go Far. Close to Home.”

From Coat of Arms: “Mountwest Community and Technical College asked us to create a video that would aid in increasing enrollment, starting with writing a script that would be inspiring to our community in West Virginia. “Co-founder Clara Lehmann used her experience growing up in West Virginia to influence her writing. After the script was […] [Read more]

The Rough Cut short film by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Film Premiere: “The Rough Cut” by Coat of Arms

Stash is pleased to present the premiere of a new passion project from Coat of Arms – a lockdown collaboration of 22 team members, The Rough Cut explores “the struggle creatives go through during the process of creation”. [Read more]

WebMD Your Brain With MS by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Coat of Arms Explains “Your Brain With MS” for WebMD

From Coat of Arms: “The brain acts like a power strip, sending electrical impulses to allow our bodies to function normally. This video for WebMD brings the power strip analogy to life so we can clearly see how MS affects the body.” [Read more]

6 Seconds: Shift Work In My Own Words WebMD by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Coat of Arms for WebMD: “Tales From the Night Shift”

From Coat of Arms: “This is a true testimony by Alexis Chandler. An EMT Paramedic in Doddridge County, West Virginia.” [Read more]

Stash 136 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 136: A Cool Blast of Summer Inspiration

Cool up your summer with a two-minute peek at the stellar motion design, animation, and VFX included in STASH 136 – the latest (and possibly coolest) issue of the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Google for Education: Future of The Classroom by Coat of Arms | STASH MAGAZINE

Google for Education “Future of The Classroom”

Clara Lehmann, Jonathan Lacocque, and the crew at Coat of Arms partner with Google for Education and a global team of researchers and analysts “to examine evidence-based shifts in classroom education.” [Read more]