From Nothing to Something short film by Andrew Vucko | STASH MAGAZINE

From Nothing to Something: A Collective Investigation of Inspiration

Director Andrew Vucko: “Why is the creative act so at the core of being human? And how does something come from nothing? [Read more]

Hornet Signs Yukai Du for North American Representation

Hornet is pleased to announce the North American signing of Yukai Du, illustrator and animator from Guangzhou, China via London and Central Saint Martins. [Read more]

Carry Illinois Electric Charm | STASH MAGAZINE

Yukai Du: Carry Illinois “Electric Charm”

Interesting and unexpected pairing of exuberant palette and texture choices by UK illustrator/animator Yukai Du with the lo-fi indie-pop of “Electric Charm” by Austin quintet Carry Illinois. [Read more]

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Catch The Line and Yukai Du at See No Evil Mar. 28

The March 2017 See No Evil meet up features The Line & Yukai Du at Cafe 1001 91 Brick Lane, London. March 28th Doors Open 7.00pm Talk Starts 7.30pm As usual it’s FREE and there are great prizes to win courtesy of our friends at Stash Magazine. So get down to SNE where you can […] [Read more]

TED-ed Can Plants Communicate | STASH MAGAZINE

Yukai Du for TED-ed: “Can Plants Talk To Each Other?”

London animator/illustrator Yukai Du‘s second TED-ed lesson is possibly the most lush and relaxing explainer video of all time. This four and half-minute animated film, written by UC Davis ecologist Richard Karban, demonstrates how plants communicate with each other especially when they’re under attack. [Read more]

Smartphone Zombie animations | STASH MAGAZINE

Three Animated Takes on Smartphone Zombies

The real-world smartphone zombie phenomenon is proving a deep and rich vein of comic-tragedy for animated filmmakers. Here’s a round up of three of the best we’ve seen over the last 12 months: “Life Smartphone” by Xie Chenglin, Stromae “Carmen” by Sylvain Chomet, and “Way Out” by Yukai Du. [Read more]