menu

“Lion King” Without The Animals Depicts A World Without Wildlife Protection [Video]

“Lion King” Without The Animals Depicts A World Without Wildlife Protection [Video]
Innovation

Greenpeace and Studio Hack re-edit the opening sequence to a Disney classic to highlight the effects of environmental destruction.

Ross Brooks
  • 6 january 2014

Netherlands-based Studio Smack were recently commissioned by Greenpeace to hack into The Lion King’s opening sequence and remove all of the animals. While the animated African Savanna is still undoubtedly beautiful, the complete lack of any wildlife is a desolate scene that could become all too real in the near-future.

Hunting, habitat destruction, and climate change are all issues that continue to affect animal populations around the world, with many qualifying for endangered status, or nearing total extinction. Greenpeace are trying to raise awareness around the issue, and this creative video re-edit seems like an excellent way to do just that.

Check it out.

Studio Smack / Greenpeace

+children
+climate change
+disney
+Environmental / Green
+Europe
+greenpeace
+Raise Awareness
+Sustainability
+technology
Trending

PSFK Launches The Beauty Debrief

Advertising
NEW TREND REPORT


RETAIL SNAPSHOT IN LA

A neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the city's retail experiments.

DOWNLOAD TODAY

PSFK EVENTS


PSFK 2017 Conference

Ranked #1 of the Most Innovative Conferences of 2016 by Inc. Magazine


BUY YOUR TICKETS, MAY 19

Home Yesterday
Retail Yesterday
No search results found.