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The Story of Stuff Project

Simple animation and engaging story-telling is all you need to explain the hidden sides of our consumption society.


The Story of Stuff tackles the current unsustainable model of how we get the stuff we consume everyday.
The Story of Bottled water and The Story of Cosmetics give the same treatment to those items.
The Story of Cap and Trade takes some of the back and forth bickering out of a somewhat contentious topic.


Using Annie Leonard’s simple, yet engaging delivery, the artists at Free range Studios bring her concepts to life. If you’re a designer and you’re at all interested in sustainability then you’ve probably read Cradle to Cradle by William McDonough. This series helps to bring a lot of those concepts to life in a way that only visuals and squiggly stick men can.

Free Range Studios



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