"Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup" The New Yorker | STASH MAGAZINE

“Invisible Monsters and Tomato Soup” or How I Learned to Love Dreaming During COVID

Friends and co-directors Stevie Borrello, Marcie LaCerte, and Meghan McDonough gather a series of real-life pandemic dreams into a surreal yet very resonant string of animated vignettes presented by The New Yorker. [Read more]

The New Yorker Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion? | STASH MAGAZINE

The New Yorker “Can Drugs Take The Place of Religion?” by ShawnaX and Pablo Lozano

Animator and designer Pablo Lozano in Toronto: “[This film is part of] a new brand campaign for The New Yorker called “The Right Question Changes Everything”, ⁠celebrating some of the most important New Yorker articles and boiling them down to their central questions. [Read more]

The New Yorker: Leonard Cohen by Joe Donaldson | STASH MAGAZINE

The New Yorker Leonard Cohen Interview by Joe Donaldson

Director/animator Joe Donaldson: “I was recently commissioned by The New Yorker to direct, design, and animate a pilot series of three animated visual essays. The first film features the great Leonard Cohen as he reflects on death and preparing for the end. [Read more]