Revolut Your Way In Craig Gillespie Time Based Arts | STASH MAGAZINE

Revolut “Your Way In” Spot by Craig Gillespie and Time Based Arts

Working with Wieden+Kennedy London, MJZ director Craig Gillespie (Cruella, I, Tonya) and VFX house Time Based Arts crash fearlessly thru walls of all sorts to empower money underdogs for British bank Revolut. [Watch]

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Nicolai Fuglsig and Selected Works Restage Rocky’s Run for Ladbrokes

Merging original footage, 250 costumed performers, and proprietary post techniques, MJZ director Nicolai Fuglsig and London VFX shop Selected Works update a classic scene from Sylvester Stallone’s 1979 blockbuster Rocky II for UK bookmaker Ladbrokes.
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Is This the Most Fun Making-of Video Ever?

Earlier this year the VFX crew at Untold Studios and MJZ director Tom Kuntz teamed up on Frito-Lay’s standout “Push It” Super Bowl spot. Since then, they’ve had some fun assembling this playful peek at how the project’s CG creatures were created. [Watch]

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Samsung “The Marketplace” by Matthijs Van Heijningen and The Mill Paris

MJZ director Matthijs Van Heijningen and the VFX/creature crew at The Mill in Paris conjure a fantasy-infused alt-universe to highlight the gaming prowess of Samsung’s new Exynos 2200 mobile processor. [Watch]

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Best of Stash 2021: VFX

In the right hands, the superpower of digital visual effects allows the impossible to be recast as reality. When thoughtfully integrated with live-action to support (rather than upstage) the narrative, the results can be magical. [Watch]

Avanti West Coast " Feel Good Travel" by Tom Kuntz and Untold Studios | STASH MAGAZINE

Avanti West Coast “Feel Good Travel” by Tom Kuntz and Untold Studios

UK train operator Avanti West Coast welcomes passengers back with a pixel-perfect rollerblading turtle courtesy of MJZ director Tom Kuntz and London VFX force Untold Studios (the creative pairing who brought us this comedy epic for Hornbach). [Watch]