Polyester and the Animal Alliance of Canada Fight Bill 156 | STASH MAGAZINE

Polyester and the Animal Alliance of Canada Fight Bill 156

Creative director Jeremy Dimmock at Polyester Studio in Toronto: “Working with Animal Alliance we crafted a spot to shed light on a new bill passed by the Ford Government in Ontario to conceal unacceptable conditions at farms, workplaces, and agri-businesses.” [Read more]

TEDxSydney 2020 Title Sequence | STASH MAGAZINE

TEDxSydney 2020 Title Sequence

After several years of crafting stellar openings for the TEDxSydney conference, director Scott Geersen and his Substance studio opened up the 2020 assignment to an international team of motion design collaborators. [Read more]

Flow short film by Twistedpoly | STASH MAGAZINE

Bikes Meet Biology in “Flow” Short Film by Twistedpoly

Slovenian digital artist Twistedpoly (aka Nejc Polovsak) teams with LA composer and sound designer White Noise Lab for his latest personal CG project, a taut and vivid expedition into the surreal called “Flow”. [Read more]

One Small Pixel Ericsson Traffic Cloud| STASH MAGAZINE

Explaining Ericsson’s “Connected Traffic Cloud”

A refreshing 3D twist on the standard 2D animated explainer video via new UK studio One Small Pixel and London motion/design house Mr Kaplin for Ericsson’s Connected Traffic Cloud thru Jack Morton Worldwide. [Read more]

Playgrounds 2015 Titles | STASH MAGAZINE

Playgrounds Festival 2015: A Title Sequence Like No Other

The sold out 2015 edition of Playgrounds opened earlier this month in Tilberg, NL with a refreshing twist on the classic creative fest titles: a collaborative effort by Dutch artists and studios with each directing a section and passing it on. [Read more]

Polyester Studio Memento Mori | STASH MAGAZINE

Have a Polyester Halloween

Just in time for Halloween, Toronto’s Polyester Studio releases a fresh mix of mad and macabre vignettes called “Memento Mori” (Latin for “remember (that you have) to die”) they describe as a celebration of the dark side of life and a reflection on our mortality. [Read more]