Clap! Clap! "Moving On" feat. Martha Da’or Music Video | STASH MAGAZINE

Ruffmercy’s Gilded Lockdown Video for Clap! Clap! feat. Martha Da’or

The latest in Ruffmercy’s music video canon finds the London director/animator using gold leaf and homemade Super 8 textures to enhance footage of Brussels-based vocalist Martha Da’or on the track “Moving On” by Italian producer Clap! Clap!. [Read more]

Stash 139 preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Preview the Brilliant Work Included in Stash 139

Jolt your inspiration circuits back to life with this preview of STASH 139 which adds another 31 outstanding motion projects (plus behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) to over 5,500 titles included in The Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

“The World Got Game” by Raphael Levy and Ruff Mercy

My Accomplice director Raphael Levy weaves gritty live-action with the talents of UK animation force Ruffmercy in this scrappy basketball world cup 2019 promo created for sports streaming service DAZN. [Read more]

St Francis Hotel Liar Liar Liar feat. Gaz Coombes music video by Ruffmercy | STASH MAGAZINE

St Francis Hotel “Liar Liar Liar feat. Gaz Coombes” Music Video by Ruffmercy

Prolific UK director/animator Ruffmercy applies his signature free-form handy work to footage shot by London directing duo James and James in this hypnotic video for Irish-born duo St. Francis Hotel. [Read more]

Stash 135 Preview | STASH MAGAZINE

Stash 135 Takes Inspiration to the Next Level

One of our biggest issues ever, STASH 135 packs two and half hours of new motion brilliance (including behind the scenes features and exclusive interviews) into The Stash Permanent Collection – the planet’s premier online video archive of design, animation, and VFX. [Read more]

88 Basquiat at the Barbican by Ruffmercy | STASH MAGAZINE

“‘88” Honors Basquiat at the Barbican

Ruffmercy, the UK animator/director (and Stash regular) best known for his music video work, lets loose with a magnum opus called “’88,” a gloriously chaotic 11-minute film made for The Barbican’s Jean-Michel Basquiat retrospective in London. [Read more]