Lambs and Dolphins

CAMIRA’S VERY CLEVER LAMB AND DOLPHIN ANIMATION

I normally only blog once per week – but I just had to get this one out there…

British company Camira use our Laneve lambswool from the rolling pastures of the South Island of New Zealand to make their very popular Blazer fabric. Camira have partnered with Wools of New Zealand and are part of our integrity programme. This not only gives them assurance of product traceability to identifiable farmers, but also the confidence of responsible farming which protects the delicate eco-system and supports the endangered Hector’s Dolphin.

Dan Ojari, award-winning Royal College of Arts graduate, has produced a new stop-motion animation entitled Lambs and Dolphins that visually illustrates how Camira’s Blazer fabric and our Laneve programme help the Hector’s Dolphin as part of our,

Wool for a Better World programme.

Take a moment to enjoy Lambs and Dolphins…

The Curse of the Vampire Sheep

 

A special spooky treat for the lead-up to Halloween

Please enjoy Purple Sheep in…

The Curse of the VAMPIRE SHEEP

Filmed on an iPhone 4S using Fimo on my dining room table. Dim the lights, grab your popcorn and get ready for the most frightening sheep flick of the week…

Purple Sheep Stars in THE CURSE OF THE VAMPIRE SHEEP

May The Fleece Be With You

SHEEP WARS

Not so very long ago in a breathtaking land far far far away (New Zealand)…

Purple Sheep’s set off on his¬†greatest¬†adventure ever to the green side…

Can he save the Princess Lamb from the Dark Side of the fence?

Is the fleece greener on the other side?

Can Sheep 3PO save the day?

Find out…

Purple Sheep stars in SHEEP WARS

Sheep Jubilee

Another Purple Sheep Production.

The sheep celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in their usual quirky style.

Stars of Sheep Jubilee

Like that. Go and watch SHEEP STORY

Wool Cycle

Wool is a amazing fibre made by amazing little sheep.

Purple Sheep stars in WOOL CYCLE

Sheep eat grass and turn it into wool. The wool can be turned into textiles which eventually can be turned back into grass. The story has been captured in “Wool Story”, and animated adventure with purple sheep.

Wool really is made from Nitrogen and Sulphur as the story tells, and acts as a slow release fertiliser that also helps the soil retain moisture. The animation shows a plant in wool and soil out growing other plants. This is based on real life experiments that can can read about in my post on “PURE”…

Sit back, turn up your speakers and enjoy…

Purple sheep are metaphors for innovation. The idea comes from Seth Godin’s book Purple Cow which you can find here…

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