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National Geographic/David Liittschwager: One Cubic Foot Collection

National Geographic photographer David Littschwager documents life in one cubic foot.

Published on Jan 27, 2010

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For its February issue, National Geographic commissioned photographer David Liiittschwager to document life in "one cubic foot." Liittschwager planted a 12-inch cubic green metal frame at various sites around the globe-from Central Park to Moorea, for three weeks at a time, photographing each creature that passed through its bounds. The result was this interactive photogallery of more than a thousand organisms, and a simultaneously broad and closeup view of the world's biodiversity.

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Credits

Date
Jan 27, 2010
Client:
National Geographic/David Liittschwager
Photographer:
David Liitschwager
Creative Director:
Greg Harris
Web Development:
Stefan Estrada
Flash Development:
Stefan Estrada
NGM.com:
Shawn Greene
NGM.com:
John Kondis
NGM.com:
Sabi Chawla
NGM.com:
Paul Heltzel
NGM.com:
William Barr
Copywriter:
Jennifer S. Holland
Copy Editor:
Nancy Gupton

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