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Wildlife Aid found the superlative of cuteness with ‘Saving Harry’

Wildlife Aid found the superlative of cuteness with ‘Saving Harry’

I’m a big fan of the work from Kris Hofmann. Her animations surprise every time and are always completely different. In the animation she made for Wildlife Aid UK she found the superlative of cuteness.

It is the story of Harry the hedgehog who exchanged suburbia for life in the wild.

Since the 1950s the number of hedgehogs in Britain has fallen from 30 million to 1 million. We could face possible urban extinction of the much cherished little animal by 2025.
Wildlife Aid has launched a campaign asking Help us by Saving Harry.

Other animations from Kris Hofmann:
Football is priceless, literally
The Feminism issue: Aftermath
The food we eat has a story to tell
The London Olympics: Vote your Greenwash Gold

Advertiser:
Wildlife Aid
Additional credits:
Illustrations/ Sandra Dieckmann

Model Maker/ Joe James
Puppeteer/ Amber Donovan
Art Department / Nicola Wren

Director of Photography/ Mirko Beutler
Lighting Assistant/ Peter Panoa

additional photography/ Fillippo Bianchi

Sound Design/ Alexander Zlamal
2d Animation/ Lilian Fu
compositing / Kris Hofmann
additional compositing/ Nuno Costa

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