Eco-Graphics

Treehugger points to a design firm that looks seriously at the environemental impact of their work – from design to print. Ecographic do all the usual stuff like branding, stationery, leaflets, brochures, exhibitions, illustration, and websites, but they consider the environmental load to which such work will contribute. Design formats, materials and production methods are […]

Treehugger points to a design firm that looks seriously at the environemental impact of their work – from design to print.

Ecographic do all the usual stuff like branding, stationery, leaflets, brochures, exhibitions, illustration, and websites, but they consider the environmental load to which such work will contribute. Design formats, materials and production methods are selected to have the least impact, such as choosing veggie based inks on recycled or uncoated papers, printed by green printers.

Treehugger: Ecographic. Green Communication Design

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