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REWILD: A Short Film by Splash and Burn and ESCIF Chronicles Rainforest Restoration Efforts in Sumatra

September 10, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

…forests—and the wildlife populations within—have shrunk by 40% in the past two decades, replaced by palm oil, paper pulp, and rubber plantations. Though not commonly known in the U.S. as a cooking oil, palm oil is the most widely consumed oil on the planet, found in everything from chocolate and instant noodles to lipstick and laundry detergent. You can watch the trailer of REWILD below. It features an abstract soundscape by Indonesian composer Nursalim Yadi Anugerah. If you are interested in contributing, head to moretrees.info, and follow Splash and Burn (comprised of Ernest Zacharevic and Charlotte Pyatt) on Instagram. https://vimeo.com/358815543…

 

 



Art

A Stadium in Austria is Filled with 300 Trees to Highlight the Tenuous Future of Natural Spaces

September 9, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

…(some translations use unbroken instead of unending), which depicts a dystopian future where a group of trees is penned in like zoo animals, as a rare artifact and spectacle. The curator first saw Peintner’s drawing more than 30 years, ago and the concept of bringing it to life remained with Littmann over the past three decades. Visitors to “FOR FOREST” can stop by any time between 10am and 10pm from today through October 27, 2019. Admission is free. Follow the project on its dedicated website and Instagram. Max Peintner “The Unending Attraction of Nature” (1970/1971) Photograph: UNANIMO Photograph: UNANIMO https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=Xpk4VqqxjrQ…

 

 



Design Food

A New Circular Juice Machine Turns Orange Peels into Bioplastic Cups

September 9, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

…are dried, milled, and mixed with polylactic acid to form a bioplastic, which is then heated and melted so that an internal 3-D printer can form each recyclable cup. CRA shares that they will continue to iterate, and are considering creating clothing from orange peels as a future functionality. Follow along with CRA’s wide-ranging projects on Instagram and Twitter. If you enjoy Feel the Peel, also check out the cone-shaped french fry holders made from potato peels, designed by Simone Caronni, Paolo Stefano Gentile and Pietro Gaeli, as well as Mi Zhou’s toiletry containers made of soap. (via designboom) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx9missz73A&feature=youtu.be…

 

 



Animation

Mesmerizing Practical Illusions and Animations by Rogier van der Zwaag

September 6, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

…exactly what I imagined it to become in the beginning.” In addition to his polished final animations, van der Zwaag shares behind-the-scenes videos that glimpse into the labor-intensive process of creating each finished work. Follow along with the artist on Instagram, and tune into his interview with CNN explaining his creative process. https://vimeo.com/32442658   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Rogier van der Zwaag (@rogiervanderzwaag) on Jul 1, 2019 at 12:52am PDT https://vimeo.com/201648552   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Rogier van der Zwaag (@rogiervanderzwaag) on Feb 25, 2019 at 11:42pm PST…

 

 



Animation Science

Take a Deep Dive Into the Relative Scale of Atoms Through the Tip of a Ballpoint Pen

August 30, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

https://vimeo.com/355005914 The Super Zoom is a new computer-generated animation that shows how everything in the universe is made of minuscule foundational elements. The 3 minute-long short grounds itself with a relatable starting point: a ballpoint pen and ruled paper. On the lower right side of the screen, a scale adjusts as the “camera” zooms further and further in, breaking through the pen tip’s metal surface into more and more minute layers. The Super Zoom was created by Pedro Machado, a computer graphics designer who is based in Brazil. You can watch more of Machado’s videos on Vimeo….

 

 



Art

Soar Above Iceland's Otherworldly Landscape in an Atmospheric Short Film by Vadim Sherbakov

August 27, 2019

Laura Staugaitis

https://vimeo.com/354598551 Russian photographer and videographer Vadim Sherbakov travels the world in search of unforgettable images for both personal and client projects. A recent short film, Islandia, transports the viewer to the island nation and highlights the timeless beauty of Iceland’s natural landscape. Cavernous fjords, rushing waterfalls, and winding rivers cut through the island’s rugged terrain. Sherbakov used a DJI Mavic 2 Pro drone to shoot the aerial film, and licensed original music by Luke Atencio and Ryan Taubert. See more of Sherbakov’s globe-trotting films and photos on Vimeo and Instagram. (via Vimeo Staff Picks)…

 

 

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