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HP+ “Affair” by Shane Griffin and Marco Spier

Psyop directors Shane Griffin and Marco Spier spin up a surrealist love story between a plus sign and a printer in this offbeat and lighthearted work for HP’s smart printing system HP+ thru Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam. [Read more]

Stash 149 Preview Trailer | STASH MAGAZINE

Stay Inspired: Preview All the Motion Magic in Stash 149

Here’s your chance to head into Fall fully inspired! Grab a peek at the trailer for Stash 149, a phenomenal collection of design, animation, and VFX work and the newest addition to the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

Adobe "Where I’m From" by 72andSunny and Psyop | STASH MAGAZINE

Adobe “Where I’m From” by 72andSunny and Psyop

From Adobe: “See the stories of eight boundary-defying Asian and Pacific Islander artists who flip the script on the all-too-common question, ‘where are you from?’ to lay claim to the myriad identities that inspire their work. [Read more]

Nike "Naomi Osaka´s Multiverse" by Rudo and Psyop | STASH MAGAZINE

Nike “Naomi Osaka’s Multiverse” by Rudo and Psyop

From the team at Rudo in Buenos Aires: “When Nike proposed us to work on this piece with three artists, we loved the idea – we were very lucky to work with Camille Brountin, Jesica Bianchi, and Soojin Chae. [Read more]

Standard Chartered "Here for Good" Brand Film by Igor + Valentine | STASH MAGAZINE

Standard Chartered “Here for Good” Brand Film by Igor + Valentine

Directors David Stanfield and Matt Smithson at Igor + Valentine: “Stripping away that which is not needed is often a deceptively difficult creative task. That’s exactly what was called for on this project for Standard Chartered Bank.” [Read more]

Taco Bell "Fry Force - Nacho Fries" Spot by Luca Vitale and Psyop | STASH MAGAZINE

Taco Bell “Fry Force – Nacho Fries” Spot by Luca Vitale and Kylie Matulick

The latest in Deutsch LA’s series of spots for Taco Bell’s Nacho Fries wrangles classic anime action and dialogue into a beat-perfect parody courtesy of Psyop directors Luca Vitale, Kylie Matulick, and Japanese studios Yapiko and Echelle Animation. [Read more]