A short film for MTV Switch to help raise the awareness of global warming effects. The film combines live action and animation with toy-like clouds, cars, planes moving around a globe. Cities and traffic grows until the whole globe is over-run and choked by cities and pollution filled clouds.
According to the movie there are only about 10 years (3650 days) left until the pollution will reach its tipping point.
Concept, direction and animation by Ubik
Agency: Ogilvy. Photography: Tim Green. Music: Shady Bard “Treeology”
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