Elastic Teases "Shadow and Bone" for Netflix | STASH MAGAZINE

Elastic Teases “Shadow and Bone” for Netflix

Creative Director Nadia Tzuo at Elastic in Los Angeles: “We were fortunate to have the chance to explore the magical Grishaverse with the design of the launch tease of Shadow and Bone. We worked closely with the Netflix team on concept and look development, keeping a minimal narrative that focuses on Morozova’s stag and a few key elements from the story. [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]

Elastic and Feed Me Light Launch Transatlantic Partnership | STASH MAGAZINE

Elastic and Feed Me Light Launch Transatlantic Partnership

From the release: Award-winning design studio Elastic and UK animation studio Feed Me Light are announcing a reciprocal partnership, allowing both companies to broaden their reach across advertising and entertainment projects. [Read more]

HBO Between the World and Me titles by Elastic | STASH MAGAZINE

HBO “Between the World and Me” Titles by Hazel Baird and Elastic

Creative director Hazel Baird at Elastic: “[For this title sequence], director Kamilah Forbes wanted us to stay away from triggering and violent images that we constantly see in the media and on social platforms and instead, be a colorful celebration of black culture. [Read more]

Stash 144 video preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 144 Drops Two Hours of Motion Magic!

Yes, 2020 feels like a write-off in many ways but Stash 144 proves the planet’s designers, animators, and VFX artists faced the storm with unwavering resolve and new levels of innovation. [Read more]

Google “Looking Glass” brand film by Elastic | STASH MAGAZINE

Google “Trillions of Questions, No Easy Answers” Titles by Hazel Baird and Elastic

Elastic creative director Hazel Baird in Los Angeles: “Google Creative Lab asked us to help design the opening title to their documentary about Google Search. This mixed media short needed to convey the lengths of what King Louis XIV would go to to find out information on a subject he was curious about. [Read more]