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SEED Awards Recycled From Submission Shipping Materials
Posted By Mike Chino On August 10, 2009 @ 4:30 pm In Green Design Competitions,Recycled Materials | 1 Comment
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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