ADVENT-x-FAREWELL-Short-Film-NFT-Fabian-Aerts | STASH MAGAZINE

“ADVENT x FAREWELL” Short Film / NFT Diptych by Fabian Aerts

Motion Designer and 3D Artist Fabian Aerts in Brussels, Belgium: “‘ADVENT x FAREWELL’ was designed as a diptych which symbolizes the beginning and the end of an era, birth and death that accompanies everything coming from this world. [Read more]

Best of Stash 2021 3D Style | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2021: 3D Style

These films represent the ongoing golden age of CG and some of the most innovative designers and directors of what we call 3D Style – a genre Stash defines as a form of digital magic realism fueled by vigorous experimentation. [Read more]

Fabian Aerts Paradigm Short Film | STASH MAGAZINE

Fabian Aerts Explores the “Paradigm” in New Short Film

Fabian Aerts, the Brussel’s based director/designer who recently dropped these riveting titles and this spectacular short film, just released his latest CG opus – a fanatically detailed and abstract look at the concept of paradigms. [Read more]

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 148 Drops over Two Solid Hours of Inspiration

Elevate your creative output with a blast of inspiration from Stash 148, the latest must-see addition to the Stash Permanent Collection, the definitive video archive of brilliant motion design, animation, and VFX projects. [Read more]

"Synced" Short Film by Fabian Aerts | STASH MAGAZINE

“Synced” Short Film by Fabian Aerts

In his latest personal work, Belgian CD, motion designer, and 3D artist Fabian Aerts collaborates with Polish musician/producer Jutrø to explore society’s fascination with recognition, exhibitionism, and voyeurism. [Read more]

Miss Sudoku and 49 Friends Collaborate on "The Angle" | STASH MAGAZINE

Miss Sudoku and Friends Collaborate on “The Angle”

Miss Sudoku in London: “One canvas created by 49 of the world’s best 3D artists. At a distance, it appears to be a gradient of rich purple through to baked yellow, but looking closer, each artist has created their own mini-masterpiece. [Read more]