Signals, Patterns, & Waves - Director’s Cut by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

“Signals, Patterns, & Waves (Director’s Cut)” Process Reel by Ordinary Folk

Creative director Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “Around a year ago, we worked on a fun set of illustrations and animations for a series of blog posts. It was a crazy, fun project exploring different ideas and concepts, and so we put together a little process video to show some of the behind-the-scenes creativity!” [Read more]

SAP - Innovations explainer by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

SAP “Innovations” Explainer by Ordinary Folk

Jorge R. Canedo E at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “When SAP reached out to us about creating a video to help launch their New Ventures and Technologies initiative – well, to be honest, we knew they were big company, but we didn’t really understand just how much everybody interacts with their products on a daily basis. [Read more]

From Nothing to Something short film by Andrew Vucko | STASH MAGAZINE

From Nothing to Something: A Collective Investigation of Inspiration

Director Andrew Vucko: “Why is the creative act so at the core of being human? And how does something come from nothing? [Read more]

School of Motion: Join the Movement by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

School of Motion Brand Manifesto Video by Ordinary Folk

School of Motion, Inc. (“School of Motion” or “SOM”), and its founder and CEO Joey Korenman, have announced the completion of a brand manifesto video and new, refined vision for the nearly seven-year-old company. A complete company rebrand (by Blind) and redesigned and revamped website (from Unfold) are expected to follow later this year. [Read more]

Webflow Welcome’s You to the Age of No-code

Creative director Jorge R. Canedo E. and Vancouver motion studio Ordinary Folk create visual poetry from a script by writer/CD Julie Rybarczyk to promo Webflow’s upcoming conference about the future of software development. [Read more]

Mate? animated short film by Buda | STASH MAGAZINE

Buda and Friends Share a Mate

Buenos Aires motion house Buda round up two dozen friends from across South America for a joyous tribute to the local tradition of drinking and sharing a bitter tea made from the yerba mate plant. [Read more]