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Cut A Tree. Kill A Life.

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Wood Pencil / Graphic Design / Posters (Graphic Design) / 2016

Malaysia has lost more than half of its natural rainforest. This makes the 130-million-year-old Belum-Temengor rainforest one of the last sanctuaries for many endangered animals.

To raise awareness of the effects of deforestation on wildlife, the Malaysian Nature Society launched a series of posters that reveals the brutality we unleash on some of Malaysia’s most endangered animals every time we cut a tree.

These designs were also silkscreened by hand onto recycled paper for a naturally raw and tactile feel, while also ensuring we reduced our environmental impact.

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