AIM Creative What is a Gig Economy TED-Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

AIM Creative Asks “What is a Gig Economy?” for TED-Ed

In their third film produced for TED-Ed and the World Economic Forum, director/illustrator Christoph Sarow and Portugal-based animation studio AIM Creative reveal the perils and pleasures faced by freelancers in today’s economy. [Watch]

Daniel Stankler How Do You Know You’re Not Dreaming TEDEd | STASH MAGAZINE

Daniel Stankler and TED-Ed Ask “How Do You Know You’re Not Dreaming?”

Director/animator Daniel Stankler in London: “Bizarre things happen in dreams but don’t seem strange at the time. So, how do you know you’re not in a dream right now? [Watch]

Brume The Weaver and the Cowherd TED-Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

New Studio Brume Launches with “The Weaver and the Cowherd” for TED-Ed

Brume, the new motion graphics studio founded by creative directors Benoit Drigny and Valentin Nouvel in Lyon, France, just dropped us their maiden project, a beautifully illustrated and surprisingly emotional short film for TED-Ed. [Watch]

The Surprisingly Long History of Electric Cars Ted-Ed Lobster | STASH MAGAZINE

Lobster Reveals “The Surprisingly Long History of Electric Cars” for Ted-Ed

Fausto Montanari, director at Lobster in Genoa, Italy: “We really believe education is an important part of where our industry can make the difference, and when we have the chance we love to support initiatives such as TED-Ed. [Watch]

Qian Shi Asks "How Long Should Your Naps Be" with TED-ED | STASH MAGAZINE

Qian Shi Asks “How Long Should Your Naps Be” with TED-ED

Animation director and illustrator Qian Shi in London: “I enjoyed the script a lot initially, not only because it is a topic I’m interested in, but also because it allows me to explore visual representation on the neuron science of sleeping.” [Watch]

TED-ed "Could you survive the real Twilight Zone?" by Cris Wiegandt and Bárbara Fonseca | STASH MAGAZINE

TED-Ed “Could you survive the real Twilight Zone?” by Cris Wiegandt and Barbara Fonseca

Director/animator Cris Wiegandt and designer/illustrator Bárbara Fonseca in Berlin: “This project was done while we shared studio space and was inspired by a mutual curiosity in what a collaboration between us could result in as well as a need to get outside of comfort zones and expand artistic horizons. [Watch]