Waitrose & John Lewis Give A Little Love Christmas commercial 2020 | STASH MAGAZINE

Waitrose & John Lewis “Give A Little Love”

Following on from their wonderful 2019 Christmas spot, UK retailers John Lewis and Waitrose lift spirits once more with this multi-technique ode to kindness and charity by Pulse director Oscar Hudson and eight artist/animators. [Read more]

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“Excitable Edgar” Lights Up Christmas for John Lewis

London’s Untold Studios just leaped onto the world-wide VFX radar nailing the chance to work with Blink director Dougal Wilson and create a loveable dragon named Edgar for this year’s John Lewis Christmas epic. [Read more]

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The Ultimate Staging of “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Rousing, heartwarming, and nostalgic all in one go, this brilliant take on Queen’s 1975 operatic hit “Bohemian Rhapsody” finds Blink director Dougal Wilson and the MPC VFX crew together again and bound for awards glory. [Read more]

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Michel Gondry and Moz The Monster for John Lewis Christmas 2017

In his first outing for the highly-anticipated annual John Lewis Christmas spot, Oscar-winner Michel Gondry teams with UK practical model/creature makers Millenium FX to craft a 7-foot monster named Moz, with The Mill handling 3D/2D post. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: TV & Cinema Advertising

As ad campaigns expand and blur across a growing number of platforms, the most coveted bragging rights (and budgets) most often remain with work intended for television and cinema screens. So let’s kick off the Best of Stash 2016 with 10 stand out commercials everyone needs to see. [Read more]

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MPC and Dougal Wilson: John Lewis “Buster The Boxer”

The team behind the emotional 2015 John Lewis holiday spot “Monty’s Christmas” (Blink director Dougal Wilson, MPC and agency adam&eveDDB) are back and while the tear-jerking factor is lower in “Buster The Boxer,” the story telling and VFX work remain exceptional. [Read more]