NJ Conservation Foundation Brochure

October 6th, 2011

On this beautiful autumn day here in Long Valley, it feels like the perfect time to show off our latest design! Check out the tri-fold brochure that we created for the New Jersey Conservation Foundation’s Red Oak Society. The foundation is a wonderful not-for-profit organization whose mission is “to preserve land and natural resources throughout New Jersey for the benefit of all”.

We had the brochure digitally printed on high quality uncoated recycled paper. The front panel is a die-cut image of the interior rings of a Northern Red Oak Tree with the Red Oak leaf logo on top. The tree rings continue inside the front flap with push-pin tags that chronologically highlight the foundation’s achievements and land acquisitions. The entire piece was designed with large print for ease of reading for a senior audience.

It was an absolute pleasure and honor to work with the wonderful folks at the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and we look forward to our continued relationship! Meredith Reeves, the foundation’s Marketing & Events Manager said of Paul Kiesche Design: “You took our vision and turned it into reality with a truly unique and memorable piece that is already achieving what we had hoped. Your emphasis on constant communication and flexibility made this a seamless project. We are thrilled with the outcome and cannot wait to delve into our next project with you.” Thanks Meredith!

Take a look at the brochure below and post a comment to let us know what you think!

For more information on the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, please visit their website at www.njconservation.org.

die cut brochure conservation foundation


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