The 15th edition of the venerable FITC Toronto creative technology event opened April 17 with this title sequence by Vancouver’s Giant Ant. Leveraging the conference theme “Level Up,” the 2D, 3D, and cel-animated romp traces a fun revisionist history of video games packed with sly nods and clever transitions. [Read more]
Stash fans, save 25% as you explore the latest in Experiential Design from presenters including Leviathan, Digital Kitchen, The Mill, Hush, Red Paper Heart, and Fake Love on Sat May 7, 2016 in NYC. Limited to 250 attendees. [Read more]
Here’s your chance to hit up FITC’s 2-Day FORM design event at the Chicago History Museum on Nov 2-3 for Free. Stash is giving away a pair of tix to the person who spins us the best of tale of why they absolutely positively must be there.
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Explore the art and act of creation with Stefan Sagmeister, GMUNK, Rama Allen, Erin Sarofsky, Mischa Rozema and 20 more brilliant presenters at FITC’s 2-Day FORM event at the Chicago History Museum, Nov 2-3, 2015. Just enter code “stashmedia” at check out to save a cool $100 on your ticket.
FITC Tokyo 2015 opened with this complex, dense and hypnotic piece of chaos created by a collaboration of designers, typographers, animators, programmers and musicians spanning three timezones to “contrast the harmonies of traditional Japanese culture against the backdrop and sensory overload of present-day Tokyo.” [Read more]
Chicago’s Leviathan set the tone for FITC Amsterdam 2014 with an intense and dramatic micro/macro exploration of a painter’s material world all shot with cameras and motion control rigs custom-built for the project.
Leviathan CD Bradon Webb, “We designed the narrative by building an uplifting experience of expanding possibilities for the audience. We discussed the artistic process and how ideas can emerge, for example, from within tiny drops. Our research led us to a great inspirational story about getting out there and following your passion, and that’s what we set out to tell.”