Greenpeace The End of Oil commercial | STASH MAGAZINE

Greenpeace Imagines “The End of Oil”

The all-Dutch team of photographer Rein Janssen, special effects artist Erik Voors, and copywriter Pieter van den Heuvel pool their talents for this Greenpeace spot – a stark and poetic ode to our dwindling love for fossil fuels. [Read more]

Best of Stash 2018 Brand films | STASH MAGAZINE

The Best of Stash 2018: Brand Films

As these 10 projects demonstrate, 2018 was an exceptional year for marketing films not intended for broadcast TV. The budget, talent, and tools may vary but the ambitious engagement and emotional goals do not. [Read more]

Rang-tan: the story of dirty palm oil Passion Animation | STASH MAGAZINE

Greenpeace “Rang-tan: The Story of Dirty Palm Oil”

Passion Animation directors Salon Alpin help Greenpeace spotlight the destruction of Indonesian rainforest for the production of palm oil with an emotional 90-second film narrated by Emma Thompson. [Read more]

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Greenpeace Magazine “Let’s F#ck it Up”

Deli Collective and Greenpeace Magazine use dark musical comedy to motivate their fellow Germans to vote for environmental change during the country’s federal election on September 24, 2017. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2014 Preview #1: Greenpeace “New Bees”

The Best of Stash 2014 Collection releases in full on Dec 31 but here’s an early taste: A brilliant near-future sci-fi online ad for Greenpeace published in Stash 105 called “New Bees” directed by Polynoid and produced and animated at Woodblock in Berlin. [Read more]

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Le Cube: Greenpeace “Wind”

Exec producer Gustavo Karam at Le Cube in São Paulo just dropped us the studio’s latest work, a dark and dramatic online clip called “Wind” marking the 20th anniversary of Greenpeace in Chile

“We believe that design and animation are universal tools for communication and need to be used much further than just entertainment and advertising. With this in mind, Le Cube joined forces with the Chilean agency Porta to tell a story of the corruption of nature by men.

“Ecology and sustainability are not just public relations words, they are values every single person on Earth need to incorporate. Greenpeace is a leading organization undertaking this mission and this is why we are proud to create this film for them and for the cause.” [Read more]