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Build the I'mpossible

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11:17 AM | 6 February 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Jessica Alley and Laura Courtright produced this fantastic work for Pencils of Promise which combines striking branding, product design and strong advertising.


An incredible piece of student work that spans across advertising, branding and product design. The aim of this work is to build awareness of Pencils of Promise and to raise funds for education in Nicaragua, Laos, and Guatemala.

We particularly love the packaging designs produced by Jessica Alley and Laura Courtright. They're so simple and yet so stunning.

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