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]

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“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]

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Remus & Kiki Direct “The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall” for TED-Ed

UK 2D animation directing duo Remus Buznea and Kyriaki Kyriakou (aka Remus & Kiki) clarify the origins of the Berlin Wall in 1961, the toll it imposed on those who tried to escape East Germany, and it’s eventual destruction in 1990. [Read more]

TED Ed Trolley Problem | STASH MAGAZINE

Eoin Duffy: TED Ed “The Trolley Problem”

British philosopher Philippa Foot introduced her ethical thought experiment The Trolley Problem in 1967 to back her argument that our moral judgments are powered by rational thought. [Read more]

Yukai Du_TED Ed Treadmills | STASH MAGAZINE

Making History Less Torturous with Beautiful Motion

London-based animator/illustrator Yukai Du elevates a potentially banal TED-Ed lesson called “The Torturous History of the Treadmill” into a four-minute work of motion art with vigorous palette choices, unexpected framing and stripped down characters. [Read more]