ID4 by Lobster and Vincent Tsui | STASH MAGAZINE

A Short Ode to Life, Death, and Dessert by Lobster and Vincent Tsui

For their latest in-house studio ID, the crew at Lobster Studio in Sofia, Bulgaria, teamed up with illustrator/animator Vincent Tsui and composer/sound designer David Kamp for a one-minute slice of the surreal. [Watch]

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Lobster and Nemo Take to the Mountains for Ikon Pass

From the team at Lobster Studio in Sofia, Bulgaria: “Developed in collaboration with US brand design agency Nemo Design, this 30-second spot is a showcase for the Ikon Pass which offers unlimited ski/snowboard access to over fifty resorts and destinations worldwide. [Watch]

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Lobster Celebrates 80K Instagram Milestone with 80’s Vibe

From the team at Lobster studio in Sofia, Bulgaria: “This animation was created to celebrate 80K Followers on our IG channel. We’ve incorporated a 1980’s vibe in the piece to say thank you to everyone for being such a great audience!” [Watch]

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Lobster Drops In-house ID #2: Are We There Yet?

From CD Nikolay Ivanov and the animation team at Lobster: “This is the second ID film we have created for Lobster. Being a creative studio we always recognize the importance of innovation and experimentation, which is why we love to create projects to push our boundaries and experiment with new approaches and techniques of storytelling.” [Watch]

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Lobster Reveals “The Surprisingly Long History of Electric Cars” for Ted-Ed

Fausto Montanari, director at Lobster in Genoa, Italy: “We really believe education is an important part of where our industry can make the difference, and when we have the chance we love to support initiatives such as TED-Ed. [Watch]

AT&T Discovery District Films by Lobster Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

AT&T Discovery District Films by Lobster Studio

Part of the visual treats displayed on a mammoth digital screen towering 104 feet over the AT&T Discovery District in Dallas, these three vibrant films were designed and animated by Lobster Studio to “celebrate the brand mood.” [Watch]

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