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The Beatles “Here, There and Everywhere” Music Video by Rok Predin and Trunk

Trunk director Rok Predin walks Stash fans thru the complexities – both technical and creative – of animating the rerelease music video for “Here, There and Everywhere” from The Beatles’ landmark 1966 album Revolver. [Watch]

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Laundry Studios “Turn Up The Sunshine” with Illumination Entertainment

Powered by a track from Diana Ross and Tame Impala, the animation teams at Laundry Studios and Illumination Entertainment join forces to transport the Minions back to the 70s in this music video promo for the release of Minions: The Rise of Gru. [Watch]

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Greg Han “Souffle” Music Video by Han-Soul and Yii Ooi

Creative director Yii Ooi in Taiwan: “Throughout the pandemic, everyone has been adopting new ways to create, learn, and walk through the journey with trust. That’s basically how this album of Greg’s kicked off. Be there for you, nothing dramatic, and hopefully to walk us through good or bad times. [Watch]


Rammstein “Deutschland” Music Video with VFX by Storz & Escherich

Berlin post-production powerhouse Storz & Escherich handled the 3D modeling/animation, compositing, particles, rotoscoping, tracking, and grade in this massive (and not completely safe for all company) video for Rammstein, Germany’s undisputed masters of hardcore destruction. [Watch]

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Julian Ticona Cuba & Johnny BANG Reilly: “NIGHTFALL”

Julian Ticona Cuba, one half of the German creative team known as Noise (with Daniel Bartels) weaves sombre and mysterious visuals with the hypnotic poetry of UK wordsmith Johnny BANG Reilly in this director’s cut of “Nightfall” for Universal Music. [Watch]

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Sexy and Surreal: Tame Impala “The Less I Know The Better”

Directing collective CANADA mix live action, hand-drawn animation and VFX, into a riveting hormonal cocktail for Tame Impala’s latest single “The Less I Know The Better” thru Universal Music Australia. [Watch]