The complexities of our food are often difficult to digest. Few make them as easy to consume as Michael Pollan.
Now, Marija Jacimovic and Benoit Detalle have produced a beautiful stop-motion film that uses vegetables to visualize Pollan’s “Food Rules” talk, given at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts (RSA) in 2010. The animation does an excellent job of distilling some of Pollan’s key points into an engaging and easy to understand 2-minute video. The film is an entry in the recently launched RSA competition to bring RSA talks to life in fresh ways.
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“Food Rules” by Michael Pollan – RSA/Nominet Trust competition from Marija Jacimovic on Vimeo.
// Via Brain Pickings