Forward Festival 2021 "Threshold" Trailer by Found Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Forward Festival 2021 “Threshold” Trailer by Found Studio

Clayton Welham, creative director at Found Studio in London: “It was an honor to be invited by Forward to create the main title film for this year’s program of events. The film comes as a direct response to the design festival – what it stands for and what it’s investigating this year, by way of the virtualization and digitization of our lives.” [Read more]

Best of Stash 2020: Title Design | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2020: Title Design

While the explosion of scripted programming over the last five years has kept title design studios bustling, show opens have also emerged as an important showcase of choice for motion design passion projects. [Read more]

Echoic X by Echoic Music and Sound Design | STASH MAGAZINE

Echoic and Friends Celebrate 10 Years of Music and Sound

Echoic co-founders David Johnston and Tom Gilbert celebrate a decade of creating music and sound design for commercials, animation, and independent films with a series of branded collaborations with 13 stellar artists and studios. [Read more]

Mokapzu Park short film by Art&Graft | STASH MAGAZINE

Art&Graft Invites You to Experience “Mokapzu Park”

Welcome to Mokapzu Park, a safari experience like no other. After years of hard work, experimentation, and science London studio Art&Graft is throwing open the gates for everybody to enjoy! [Read more]

Brightside short film by Danil Krivoruchko | STASH MAGAZINE

Four Years in the Making: Danil Krivoruchko Releases “Blindsight”

In 2016, New York-based art director and VFX artist Danil Krivoruchko started rallying designers and artists around his passion project, a short film based on “Blindsight”, the acclaimed sci-fi novel by Canadian author Peter Watts. [Read more]

“Brushes” with Greatness by The Dink

Designer/animator The Dink in London: “This experimental short follows the movement and personality of various household items. The environment that each brush finds itself in directly impacts the way they move, with each scene depicting a unique movement and flow providing an individual character to each brush. [Read more]