Thursday, December 10, 2009

Free download→ Stash Issue 51

  • Stash Issue 51
    Stash Issue 51
    ISO | DVD 720 x 480 | Dolby Digital (AC3) 192 Kbps | Rapidshare | 3.97GB

    With 66 minutes in the main program, 13 minutes of behind-the-scenes extras, 35 minutes of bonus films, 30 minutes of bonus music and free HD stock video clips from YouWorkForThem, Stash 51 is a monster issue packed with almost two hours of jolting inspiration.

    We start in South America with the joyous and lyrical new GOL Airline spot from Lobo and the quirk-ilicious Lucchetti campaign from Madre and PepperMelon, both of which raise the art of stylized 3D character animation several degrees. Then we’re off to London for some big-league VFX from The Mill for Barclaycard and from MPC for Fredrik Bond’s latest Guinness epic called “Fridge Magnets”. We round out the opening volley of commercials with Shy The Sun cooking up more of their baroque brilliance for Bakers biscuits, Glassworks getting naked for Schweppes, and Pierre Michel playing with fire and the feminine form for Loris.

    “Peripetics”, the mind-shifting fine art video in six acts from London’s Zeitguised, provides a good palette-cleansing before we tuck into some savory broadcast morsels from Buck, Partizan Lab, Mateuniverse and Agile via DixonBaxi for Channel 5, also the new Sky rebrand campaign from MPC, Dvein’s newest macro-fantastic work for National Geographic, and we finish with sweet new event opens from Resin for the 2008 AGDA awards and from Dancing Diablo for the Boards Summit.

    It’s only fair to warn you the second half of Stash 51 may cause whiplash as we bash you around between styles, techniques, genres and geography. Let’s start with this rat’s nest of music videos: Beck’s new “Gamma Ray” track via Eight VFX; Chris Clark “Herr Barr” and Bjork “Innocence” in a double shot from Dimitiri Stankowicz; Bomb the Bass “Fuzzbox” from Corin Hardy; and Of Montreal “ID Engager” through Passion Pictures.

    Nanda Costa is back with a fantasy-fueled clip for Premiere, Caroline Attia brings her innocent stylings to a powerful gun control spot, plus Important Looking Pirates for Vattenfall, Motion Theory for Honda, Eight VFX for BMW and Joseph Kosinski and Digital Domain return for Gears of War 2.

    And there’s plenty of fresh talent spotting on Stash 51: Watch out for the Amsterdam trio of Buro Knapzak; Craque and The QBF teaming up on “The Ambient Life”; German studios Elastique and Deine Freunde joining forces on “Concept Fascination” for Mercedez Benz; and Austrian designer/directors Strukt with crisp new work for Der Standard.

    We end 51 with the world video premiers of a pair of stellar short films bred from in-house talent at The Mill in London. “Galactic Mail” and “Dix” are completely disparate in terms of technique, tone and narrative, but both films raise our sprits and our expectations of what can happen when self-promotion meets art.

    BEHIND THE SCENES clips on this issue include insightful glimpses into the making of GOL airlines from Lobo, the Lucchetti campaign from PepperMelon, Bakers “Precious Biscuits” from Shy The Sun, “Concept Fascination” from Elastique and Deine Freunde, and “Der Standard” from Strukt.

    The six BONUS FILMS on Stash 51 are an exclusive selection of powerful and thought provoking photo essays from the prestigious Magnum In Motion project. Founded in New York in 2004, Magnum In Motion draws on the one million photographs in the legendary Magnum Photo archive and assembles them into visual narratives that both inspire and resonate on many levels.
    The BONUS MUSIC on Stash 51 arrives via the lovely and talented people at Thrill Jockey Records and includes indie favorites, The Sea and Cake, The Accidental, Human Bell, Tunng, School of Language, Thalia Zedek and Angela Desveaux.

    mORE iNFO

    Stash Issue 51


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