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    Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister, “I often take for granted what I wanted so badly” is created by sequencing over 2,000 photos to create a time-laps… Read More
    Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister, “I often take for granted what I wanted so badly” is created by sequencing over 2,000 photos to create a time-lapse video of ants devouring typography. Working with ants had obstacles beyond what we had expected, from their constant attempts to escape to their picky eating habits. In the end, we all got along and only a few went missing. The rest were released into a nearby park to retire. Read Less
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I Often Take For Granted
Inspired by Stefan Sagmeister, “I often take for granted what I wanted so badly” is created by sequencing over 2,000 photos to create a time-lapse video of ants devouring typography. Working with ants had obstacles beyond what we had expected, from their constant attempts to escape to their picky eating habits. In the end, we all got along and only a few went missing. The rest were released into a nearby park to retire.