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Educational Graphics for Wildlife Reserve

Educational Graphics for Wildlife Reserve

Belize Audubon Society
Graphic Design
What They Do
Creating a balance between people and the environment
Project Goal
Design professional and attractive marketing materials to promote tourism at one of the national parks that is co-managed by the Belize Audubon Society
My Experience

The client needed a graphic design that would be eye-catching and attractive to travelers and tourists visiting Belize. I worked with one of the managers to develop a leaflet and standing banner which is being distributed among the various tour operators to be displayed in their shops.

CockscombBasin Wildlife Sanctuary consists of 127k acres of lush rainforest in the Heart of Belize’s Maya Mountains, and is home to the world’s first Jaguar Preserve. Both of these points were developed into badges to be displayed as part of the graphics. The art features beautiful photographs of the location and its wildlife, including shots of Victoria Peak (one of Belize’s top destinations) from local photographer Tony Rath, plus an incredible portrait of a jaguar by Takoto Kursawa.

The Outcome

The leaflets and banners have been distributed to tour operators around the country, and are helping to draw attention to the incredible natural experiences available at Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.

Software Used
Adobe InDesign
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Photoshop
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