The first panel was completed in three days by one woman and was exhbibited at the launch of the SANBI ‘Living Beehive’. It consists of roughly 16500 tiny beads and is one frame in a 100frame stop frame animation. ┬áThe individual panels, approximately A4 in size, will be photographed and then be put together to form a stop frame animation of a pangolin unrolling and walking away. It will be shown at the ICC during COP17 on December 8. The physical panels will be shaped into a pangolin and be exhibited.



Click here to watch more images as the other panels are completed and the animation created!

Source: Reney Warrington