The World Wildlife Fund's Pandemonium project had several UK artists express interpretations of the organization's iconic panda.

The interaction and industrial design team at Jason Bruges Studio was asked to spread the message of the World Wildlife Fund as part of the Pandemonium project, in which several UK artists expressed interpretations of the organization's iconic panda.

In the installation Panda Eyes, 100 rotating pandas track the movement of viewers within the room, each panda turning in unison in response to human interaction. Through the exhibition the Jason Bruges Studio team hopes to inspire careful consideration of our impact on our environment.

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