Like some sweet torrent of sticky goodness, Stash 57 is an overwhelming mess of animation, VFX and inspiration packed with a full hour-long main program, plus five more films from PSST!3, great Behind the Scenes features and eight bonus MP3 tracks from Impactist.
The mania begins with an epic clown-infused robbery gone horribly wrong from Stink Digital and Redrum for Philips before zagging fitfully into three brilliant and surreal Scrabble spots for Mattel from Wizz in Paris. Animal Logic lets you taste the future in your mouth for Carlton Natural Blonde, Psyop saves the fairy tale princess (twice) with milk, Buck morphs and modulates with two spots for Mountain Dew, 1st Ave Machine bio-engineers several stunning new species for Samsung, The Mill casually slice off the backs of people’s heads for X-Box then turn around and let innocent youngsters sink into oblivion in a disturbing spot for Britain’s Forgotten Children charity.
The momentum continues through the titles and broadcast design section with Dvein’s visceral open for the F5 conference, Superfad’s promo package for Major League Baseball on Fox, Interspectacular’s opening for “New York Goes to Work” on VH1 with designs by Tristan Eaton and Digital Kitchen’s handmade work for the Seattle International Film Festival.
The BONUS FILMS on Stash 57 are the final set of five brand new works from PSST!3, the latest incarnation of Bran Dougherty-Johnson’s adventure in collaborative motion art. Stash is pleased to present all 17 of the PSST!3 films spread over issues 55, 56 and 57.
The BONUS MUSIC on Stash 57 is a mini treasure chest of eight MP3s from directors/animators/photographers/musicians and all around renaissance duo Impactist.
The BEHIND THE SCENES lineup on 57 includes insightful features from Digital Kitchen on their Seattle Film Fest trailer, David Wilson on his video for Moray McLaren “We Got Time”, The Third Floor and Shadowplay Studios for the Red Alert 3 cinematics, Anima Boutique for the Kopparberg campaign, Gravity-Rhino Group for their Pelephone spot, and Supinfocom for “Taste of Surimi”.
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