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sold out show!

sold out show!

This year’s Ripple Effect Film showcase was standing room only as audiences packed the Ciné theater. The contest challenged filmmakers of all ages and levels of experience to create original short films about water conservation and stewardship.

mPrint Design created promotional materials and title screens for the show as well as coordinated film editing and event photography. We are pleased to be involved with this important event and enjoyed seeing the creative works of all the budding filmmakers. Kudos to Athens-Clarke County’s Public Utilities for creating a “ripple effect.” For more info, go to: rippleeffectfilmproject.org.

coffee for a cause

coffee for a cause

Creating affordable homes, supporting local agriculture, protecting the environment and … coffee? Yes! The Athens Land Trust’s Community Ground is a special blend grown La Selva Negra, a coffee farm that shares their mission for sustainable farming. All proceeds will benefit ALT’s work in Athens.

mPrint Design is a long-time supporter of the Athens Land Trust and appreciates their commitment to our community. We were thrilled to create an original illustration and design for the coffee label. Buy it in Athens at Jittery Joe’s, Big City Bread, Daily Co-op, Sips Cafe and The Fresh Market.

ocean discovery zone

ocean discovery zone

What are the effects of the catastrophic 2010 BP Gulf oil spill? ECOGIG researches the impact on the Gulf’s ecosystems and brings awareness through education and outreach. mPrint distilled ECOGIG’s information and designed/illustrated content-rich info-graphic style banners, an oil barrel wrap, and even a cornhole game, (yes, cornhole!) for their new series “Science at the Stadium.” Hundreds of visitors have had a chance to operate deep sea equipment, learn more about corals, and find out ways they can help mitigate further destruction of the Gulf. For more information, visit ecogig.org.