A film starring massive rocks with eyes on opens the Pictoplasma Festival 2015

Date
27 April 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

Lucas Zanotto spends his spare time carrying around two paper plates with black dots on them and fastening them to stationary objects and landmarks such as trees, small huts and enormous boulders. This side project entitled Having a Face seeks to give life and personality to otherwise-overlooked characters in the natural world. We’ve posted about this project before but thought it would be nice to remind everyone about Lucas’ project, especially because a film he’s made about it is going to be opening the 2015 Pictoplasma Festival this weekend. What better way to kick start a conference of contemporary character culture than with a guy who sticks eyes to rocks, eh?

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Lucas Zanotto: Having a Face

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Liv Siddall

Liv joined It’s Nice That as an intern in 2011 and worked across online, print and events, and was latterly Features Editor before leaving in May 2015.

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