Master & Dynamic MW08 Sport XK Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Master & Dynamic “MW08 Sport” by XK Studio

Founders and directors Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir at XK studio in London: “We created a launch campaign for Master & Dynamic’s new MW08 Sport earphones. This consisted of a CGI film and a series of stills that highlight the shatter-resistant sapphire glass and Kevlar case with wireless charging.” [Read more]

Biotherm x Carbios Brand Film by XK Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Biotherm x Carbios Brand Film by XK Studio

Director/designers Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir at XK studio in London: “Carbios and Biotherm have partnered to create a revolutionary pilot: the first beauty product in the world with a bottle made from 100% bio-recycled plastic. [Read more]

Uniskin "Retinoid Skin Renewal Treatment" Brand Film by XK Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Uniskin “Retinoid Skin Renewal Treatment” Brand Film by XK Studio

Director/designers Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir at XK studio in London: “Uniskin is a biotech-driven skincare brand. We helped launch their Retinoid Skin Renewal Treatment with a short film demonstrating its benefits.” [Read more]

Timberland "TrueCloud" by XK studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Timberland “TrueCloud” by XK Studio

XK studio in London: “Expressing lightness and freedom of TrueCloud, natural and environmentally responsible technology for Timberland global launch campaign.” [Read more]

Best of Stash 2020: 3D Style | STASH MAGAZINE

Best of Stash 2020: 3D Style

As more directors and designers added powerful and affordable 3D tools to their arsenal in 2020, the scope and quality of work continued to mature – finding broader acceptance in commercial work and exhibiting a wider emotional range. [Read more]

Master & Dynamic MW07 brand film by XK Studio | STASH MAGAZINE

Master & Dynamic MW07 Brand film by XK Studio

Director/designers Alexa Sirbu and Lukas Vojir at XK studio in London: “For the launch of the Master & Dynamic MW07 earphones, we worked with Ace Content in LA to design and develop a series of key visuals that served as their campaign imagery.” [Read more]