Mike Chino

SEED Awards Recycled From Submission Shipping Materials

by , 08/10/09

sustainable design, green design, recycled materials, awards, packaging, recycled cardboard, aiga, seed award

This year the Atlanta chapter of AIGA received a record number of entries for their annual SEED Awards, and rather than discarding all those submission shipping materials they decided to repurpose them into the awards themselves! The clever recycled trophies were created by laser-cutting cardboard into a film reel for the motion category, a mouse for the interactive category, and a book for the print category. The only costs involved were for the laser-cutting and silkscreening, and all the materials were assembled by hand. We applaud AIGA Atlanta’s ingenuity for recycling their readily available materials into environmentally-sound symbols of accomplishment.

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  1. katiemuffett August 11, 2009 at 7:09 pm

    and I know a bright spark who won one of them – Julia Ruzich od SCAD :)

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