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Hacking Disney

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 5-01-2014 21:00 | Category: Animal rights, Environment



Hacking Disney's classic The Lion King

This is the work of animation studio Studio Smack. It’s their view on the link between human behavior and environmental issues.
They ‘hacked’ Disney’s classic The Lion King and removed all animals from the movie’s title sequence. Leaving us with the beautiful yet oppressive backgrounds of the African savanna. This work was commissioned by Greenpeace and is currently part of their online magazine GPM.



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Hi Reiner,

Is there an English version of Greenpeace online mag GPM?

Posted by Liza | 6-01-2014 01:55

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Nope, but plenty of that information can be found on other English GP websites: www.greenpeace.org

On the top bar there is a drop down menu to all GP websites.

Good luck!
Reinier

Posted by Reinier | 7-01-2014 12:54



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