Daniels Talk “Turn Down for What”

Exactly four years ago Stash published “Turn Down For What,” the music video for DJ Snake & Lil Jon by Prettybird directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. In that post I was not shy in my praise for the work, calling it a “surgically choreographed jaw-dropper of frenzied testosterone… 3.5 minutes-o-genius.” [Read more]

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Brewer Diagnose The Chainsmokers “Sick Boy”

Prettybird directing duo Brewer (aka brothers Ben and Alex) also handle the edit and VFX duties on this electric and eclectic fusion of live projection, ghostly 3D and fleeting snatches of 2D roto for “Sick Boy” by the Chainsmokers. [Read more]

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Beats meet Burrito in Chipotle SAVOR.WAVS

Prettybird director Rami Hachache, Paris CG and VFX studio Mathematic, and Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA elevate CAA’s SAVOR.WAVS campaign for Chipotle with a nice mix of style and wit. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2016: Music Videos

Most often fueled by passion rather than proper budgets, music videos are the wild west of media genres – a place where passion and promise more than compensate for a director’s lack of experience or connections, or both. Have a look at the nine most intriguing examples Stash published this year. [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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Daniels and The Mill for Nike “Unlimited You”

What’s the secret to punching out of the Rio Olympics ad barrage? Start with a killer script from W+K Portland calling for A-list sports celebs, hire Prettybird directing duo DANIELS to shoot it, hand the footage to editor Angus Wall at Rock Paper Scissors, then let The Mill handle VFX and grade. [Read more]