As a continuation of a post from a couple of weeks ago, these are the final images. Within the office where I work, we try to recycle as much of the unusable printed materials as possible. This has been an endeavor of a few people in the office pretty much since the office’s inception 5+ years ago. Richie, a colleague and basically the lead on the project, asked me to help develop a custom sticker for some special edition books of unique papers that he made. On the generic books, we use a rubber stamp on the corrugate covers, so we wanted these to be different and special. There are two different sizes of stickers (printed on recycled sticker paper of course), for 5 different sized books. Each size has a different amount of critters; small book less paper so fewer critters, larger book uses more paper so you should get some more critters. Makes sense right?
Since the forrest is a wonderful place, filled with wonderful critters that will scratch your face and eat your lunch, I wanted the stickers to be about them. We can each do our small part to save some trees for these little guys, no matter what it is. It’s all about the critters.