A pro-bono campaign for Ecotrust, a conservation organization based in Portland, Oregon. Our entire budget was $1,500.
A stop motion video was created, compiled from multiple cameras set at multiple angles. Special apparatus' were created to slowly release colored dyes, through improvised sponge tips, over the course of several hours. The dyes being absorbed by these paper topographies appear to travel quickly when the video is sped up. Each colored dye represents a living bioregion.
These topographies were miniature, each square sample measuring 10 inches across.