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Stash 73 keeps you on top of the design game with 30 extraordinary new projects PLUS nine bonus films from IdN, 34 minutes of Behind the Scenes features, and eight bonus MP3 tracks courtesy of Copenhagen music producer Kristian Mathiassen.
MPC and Jack Black kick us off with a campy take on "Gulliver's Travels" for Orange, Sway choreograph 317 CG Mini's into a mind-bending street chase, Noah Harris and The Mill London conjure a mad mix of stop motion and CG for Brother printers, Buf wrangle a Buzby Berkley-inspired menagerie for Optus, and Sao Paulo's Tribbo Post grab some quality face time for Twix.
Paris studio Mikros Image blast us into the broadcast and title design section with a complex and powerful open for the Canal+ mini-series "Carlos", Australian director Helen Clemens illuminates the world of films for the SBS network while the Fuel network pushes promotional boundaries with fun and eclectic new work from Brand New School, Justin Harder, and Royale.
Meanwhile on a more thought-provoking plane, Liverpool creative studio Uniform erects a cool architectural simulation for the proposed Hermitage Plaza in Paris and Oslo's Racecar demystifies the international carbon trading scheme.
Stash 73 also packs a full range of music videos including: Green Day "21st Century Breakdown" by Laundry!, The Chameleon "Lyrical Spread" by UK director Ian Robertson, Benga "Baltimore Clap" by Kristofer Strom and Blinkink, Losers "Flush" by Tom Weber, Vadoinmessico "In Spain" directed by Kent Hugo out of London, and four promo's for Impactist's "Last Heist" EP.
That brings us back to adland, including our cover project for Baskin-Robbins from the character fanatics at Nathan Love in NY, the LG "Brilliant Together" branded video from Sophie Gateau and the Paranoid Design Studio, the Camper "Waterproof" viral by Madrid studio Ink Apache, the Schweppes "Spring Fever" spot from Psyop, and the dynamic new Scion :60 from Sway and Imaginary Forces.
Of course Stash 73 also delivers a major serving of inspirational short films. Check out these optic treats: "Nuit Blanche" by Montreal native Arev Manoukian and Spy Films; "Zeroing" by Moscow director Andrey Nepomnyaschev; "Strange Arrangements" by weareseventeen in London; "Second Wind" by LA-based director/animator Ian Worrel; "Parallel Parking" by Yum Yum duo Jonny Plummer and Beth Algieri; and "The Monk & the Monkey" directed by Ringling grads Brendan Carroll and Francesco Giroldini
We close Stash 73 with a dark and twisted six-minute VFX tour de force by Belgian director Charles De Meyer, a full-blown labor of love for the Amon Tobin track "Esther's".
Bonus Films, Behind the Scenes, Bonus Music
STASH 73 FEATURES THE WORK OF:
BRAND NEW SCHOOL
PARANOID DESIGN STUDIO
STICKY MONSTER LAB
STASH 73 DURATIONS:
Play all: 76 mins
Behind the Scenes: 34 mins
Bonus films: 8 mins
Bonus music: 30 mins
The nine bonus films on 73 were created to mark the 100th issue milestone achieved by our friends at IdN magazine and include clips from Dvein, Fluorescent Hill, Kousuke Sugimoto, Kultnation, Litchfront, Minivegas, Paul Cayrol, and Sticky Monster Lab.
Behind the scenes features on Stash 73 include insightful looks at the making of: "The Monk & the Monkey", Amon Tobin "Esther's", the Brother Printer spots, LG DLite "Brilliant Together", Losers "Flush", SBS "Let There be Light", "Nuit Blanche", Mini Countryman "Flow", and Twix "Crooked Face".
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