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Stop-Motion Fire Engulfs “A Flammable Planet” for WWF

NOMINT follows up their 2021 WWF stop-motion ice spot with an even more improbable go with fire in this global campaign designed to raise awareness about the danger of wildfires caused by climate change. [Watch]

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WWF Market “Locally Sourced” Brand Film by Ethem Cem

Director/designer Ethem Cem in Istanbul, Turkey: “WWF Market offers a wide selection of products ranging from sustainably made clothes to zero plastic alternatives for everyday use. All products are sewed in fair-trade certified ateliers and distributed using eco-friendly packaging.” [Watch]

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WWF “You can’t Negotiate with Ice” by NOMINT (with BTS)

Using a combination of 3D printing, mold-making, and 1,000 liters of ice, NOMINT directors Yannis Konstantinidis and Marcos Savignanoto transform 500 polar bear ice sculptures into a powerful stop-motion story of the disappearing Arctic. [Watch]

WWF “Eurythenes Plasticus” by Hans-Christoph Schultheiss and Sehsucht

From the team at Sehsucht in Hamburg, Germany: “Eurythenes Plasticus is a newly discovered species, the first in history that has been named after the ocean plastic that contaminates it. “Although it lives far away and at great depths, microplastics were already detected in the body of the amphipod when it was discovered. “Together with […] [Watch]

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WWF “Less Noise, More Life” by Linetest

Vancouver animation studio Linetest craft a prismatic mix of 2D and 3D styles to illustrate the growing impact of ocean noise pollution on the bowhead whale population for the WWF Arctic Programme in Canada. [Watch]

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Zombie Studio Helps WWF “Save the Pangolins”

São Paulo’s Zombie Studio continues their commitment to helping wildlife and environmental causes with their latest work for WWF – an animated appeal to help save pangolins, the mammal most threatened by wildlife trafficking. [Watch]