TED-Ed FIRST KISS by Hannah Jacobs | STASH MAGAZINE

“First Kiss” Animated Poem by Hannah Jacobs for TED-Ed

UK director/animator Hannah Jacobs: “I was delighted to bring to life Tim Siebles poem First Kiss as part of TED-Ed’s series There’s a Poem for That. [Read more]

TED Ed The Science Of Surfing animated explainer by Wonderlust | STASH MAGAZINE

TED Ed “The Science of Surfing” by Wonderlust

Halifax motion studio Wonderlust: “We all know that surfing requires incredible skill, but there’s also a lot of science involved. This video explains just that.” [Read more]

“The Second Coming” by Eoin Duffy for TED Ed

Director/animator Eoin Duffy’s minimalist animation stands in stark contrast to English actor Jack Cutmore-Scott’s fraught reading of William Butler Yeats’ “The Second Coming” in this film commissioned by TED Ed. [Read more]

For Estefani by Aracelis Girmay for TED ED by Jordan Bruner | STASH MAGAZINE

“For Estefani, Third Grade, Who Made Me A Card” by Jordan Bruner

Brooklyn artist and filmmaker Jordan Bruner adds an element of guileless visual delight to poet Aracelis Girmay’s touching tale of a card she received with from a third-grade student and her attempts to a decipher its cryptic message. [Read more]

How Do We Study Living Brains? (TED-Ed Cut Joash Berkeley explainer | STASH MAGAZINE

TED-Ed: How Do We Study Living Brains?

Let’s say you woke up this morning with a burning desire to learn all about modern neuroimaging techniques but didn’t know where you’d find the time. Lucky for you, this TED-Ed explainer, directed by LA motion designer Joash Berkeley, has you covered. [Read more]

Ted-ed Why incompetent people | STASH MAGAZINE

“Why Incompetent People Think They’re Amazing” by Wednesday Studio

Wednesday Studio co-founders Daniela Negrín Ochoa and Iria López in London: “TED-Ed commissioned us to make a video to accompany their lesson about “The Dunning Kruger effect” by Mr David Dunning. [Read more]