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They Might Be Giants’ Meet The Elements by Feel Good Anyway

David Knight - 4th Nov 2009

Science made simple and really quite interesting by John Linnell of They Might Be Giants and Matt Eller and Bill Morrison of Feel Good Anyway.

Science made simple and really quite interesting by John Linnell of They Might Be Giants and Matt Eller and Bill Morrison of Feel Good Anyway. Having contacted Eric Siegel at the New York Hall of Science, FGA created a hybrid version of a molecular model which "combines new, more complex/random electron orbits with a Bohr-esque simplified nucleus." Yeah. Then they added some cute faces. It's for TMBG's new DVD, Here Comes Science. <strong>They Might Be Giants<br/>Meet The Elements<br/>Prod co: Feel Good Anyway<br/>Creative direction, research, illustration, animation, edit: Matt Eller, Bill Morrison<br/>Watch: <a href="http://www.feelgoodanyway.com/work/TMBG_elements/">Quicktime movie</a></strong>

Having contacted Eric Siegel at the New York Hall of Science, FGA created a hybrid version of a molecular model which "combines new, more complex/random electron orbits with a Bohr-esque simplified nucleus."

Science made simple and really quite interesting by John Linnell of They Might Be Giants and Matt Eller and Bill Morrison of Feel Good Anyway. Having contacted Eric Siegel at the New York Hall of Science, FGA created a hybrid version of a molecular model which "combines new, more complex/random electron orbits with a Bohr-esque simplified nucleus." Yeah. Then they added some cute faces. It's for TMBG's new DVD, Here Comes Science. <strong>They Might Be Giants<br/>Meet The Elements<br/>Prod co: Feel Good Anyway<br/>Creative direction, research, illustration, animation, edit: Matt Eller, Bill Morrison<br/>Watch: <a href="http://www.feelgoodanyway.com/work/TMBG_elements/">Quicktime movie</a></strong>

Yeah. Then they added some cute faces. It's for TMBG's new DVD, Here Comes Science.

Science made simple and really quite interesting by John Linnell of They Might Be Giants and Matt Eller and Bill Morrison of Feel Good Anyway. Having contacted Eric Siegel at the New York Hall of Science, FGA created a hybrid version of a molecular model which "combines new, more complex/random electron orbits with a Bohr-esque simplified nucleus." Yeah. Then they added some cute faces. It's for TMBG's new DVD, Here Comes Science. <strong>They Might Be Giants<br/>Meet The Elements<br/>Prod co: Feel Good Anyway<br/>Creative direction, research, illustration, animation, edit: Matt Eller, Bill Morrison<br/>Watch: <a href="http://www.feelgoodanyway.com/work/TMBG_elements/">Quicktime movie</a></strong>

They Might Be Giants
Meet The Elements
Prod co: Feel Good Anyway
Creative direction, research, illustration, animation, edit: Matt Eller, Bill Morrison
Watch: Quicktime movie

David Knight - 4th Nov 2009

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