Hulu Design System Compilation by Buck | STASH MAGAZINE

Hulu Design System Compilation by Buck

Buck: “We’ve spent the better part of a year developing a design system for our streaming pals at Hulu. Used for everything from spots to conferences to internal comms, this clean, modular system is designed to tell character-driven stories that add a little spice to data visualizations.” [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]

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Digital Kitchen Opens “Helstrom” for Hulu

What would your childhood drawings look like if dad was a possessed serial killer? The LA Digital Kitchen team stabs at the answer with these titles for Hulu’s take on the Marvel Comics characters Daimon and Satana Helstrom. [Read more]

Huluween Back to Cave One short film by Passion Pictures | STASH MAGAZINE

Huluween “Back to Cave One” Short Film by Maryka & Quentin

Asked to animate a “spooky but not scary” short for Hulu’s family-friendly Huluween program, Passion directors Maryka Laudet and Quentin Camusa answered with “Back to Cave One”, the sweet tale of a future caveman and his spirited daughter. [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes with Imaginary Forces on the “Little Fires Everywhere” Main Title

From Imaginary Forces: “The titles for Little Fires Everywhere delivers on the name itself as we indulged our inner pyromania. Shot at high speed, it’s a ballet of burning objects, tumbling, floating, and falling through frame. [Read more]

Hillary Documentary Main Title by Imaginary Forces | STASH MAGAZINE

Hulu “Hillary” Documentary Main Title by Imaginary Forces

From Imaginary Forces: “How do you make a portrait of one of the most admired and vilified women of the world? Well, if it’s Hillary Clinton, you raid filmmaker Nanette Burstein’s archive of personal and press photos, stack ’em in chronological order, and let ’em play! [Read more]