AMAZON SPHERES

Amazon's Spheres house 40,000-or-so plants for employees and visitors to explore. The largest of those plants—their crown jewel—is a 50' Rusty Fig Ficus tree they found on a tree farm in southern California. Amazon asked us to tell the story of this logistically-complex, botanically-significant, 47-year-old tree. Our response was simple: "ROOOOAAADDD TRRRIIIIIIIPPPPP!!!!!"

Co-directed and copiloted this journey. Here's a coupon for some popcorn.

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