From North Carolina-based agency Baldwin& and Los Angeles-based composer Diego Stocco comes “Music from Nature,” a two-minute online video celebrating Earth Day that makes a musical composition out of ingredients Burt’s Bees products.
According to a Burt’s Bees, the company “views Earth Day as its Hanukkah, Christmas, New Years Eve and Fourth of July.” For the third year in a row, Burt’s is giving tribute to Mother Nature in a big way, creating a performance art piece to follow 2010′s bike-blended smoothies and last year’s animated artwork drawn with lip balm. Stocca, the genius behind this musical composition, is best known creating mini-symphonies out of decidedly unmusical everyday objects. In other words, Burt’s Bees let Stocco loose in a forest, and he did his thing.
We’re told that no bees were injured in the making of this campaign, but you never know what horrible secrets Burt is deceptively hiding under his hat and/or beard. Find more of Diego Stocco’s innovative artwork here and peep credits after the jump.
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