Fork short film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

What the “Fork” is Going on at Optical Arts?

If you’re feeling like London studio Optical Arts is suddenly everywhere it’s because they’ve released four remarkable short films in the last two months, including this one, where an art exhibition triggers a woman’s imagination. [Read more]

"M-Morris" short film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

William Morris Gets a CG Update from Optical Arts

Hot on the heels of their striking “Utopia” short film released earlier this month, Optical Arts in London craft an intricate and obsessively detailed ode to British textile designer and Arts and Crafts icon William Morris. [Read more]

Utopia short film by Optical Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Slicing Through “Utopia” in Short Film by Optical Arts

New London studio Optical Arts just leaped onto the Stash radar with the submission of “Utopia”, their intriguing architectural exploration of “an imaginary mausoleum in Chandigarh, Le Corbusier’s modernist city in Northern India.” [Read more]

Siblings short film by Fabrice Le Nezet | STASH MAGAZINE

“Siblings” Kinetic Sculptures by Fabrice Le Nézet

While working on sketches for an upcoming sculpture exhibition, London director and visual artist Fabrice Le Nézet imagined the metal constructions coming to life and decided to make a short CG film exploring the idea of “function without functionality.” [Read more]

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Fabrice Le Nezet and Azel Phara: “Pump”

London designer, visual artist and filmmaker Fabrice Le Nezet says his new animated 3D short film “Pump” (with music by Paris electro artist Azel Phara) started as a typographic research project inspired by primitive alphabets. [Read more]

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Fabrice Le Nezet: “Mother”

London designer/artist/filmmaker Fabrice Le Nezet, whose work explores the intersection of architecture, fashion and toy design, describes his enigmatic new animated CG short “Mother” as a “poetic journey through a surreal world – a small tribute to modern architecture, isometric video games and sci-fi [Read more]