Above: A program you can wear — TEDxBoulder’s letterpressed event guides.
At TEDxBoulder’s very first event, attendees were treated to hand-printed programs that served not only as guides to the event’s program, but nametags as well. The programs, designed by local Boulder design firm Good Apples, featured a giant cut-out ‘X;’ accordion flaps with maps, speaker information, and schedules; twine for wearing around the neck; as well as cover space to finish the sentence, “I am…”

The design was later chosen as a winner in the Communication Arts Design Annual for the year. We understand why.

  1. notalternativeenoughforyou reblogged this from n-ptych
  2. kayywizz reblogged this from n-ptych
  3. n-ptych reblogged this from tedx and added:
    unf
  4. arcanelegacy reblogged this from tedx
  5. druckundpapier reblogged this from tedx
  6. topazwoods reblogged this from getmountainhigh
  7. inaparson reblogged this from dreamandgrind
  8. mojothree reblogged this from dreamandgrind
  9. dreamandgrind reblogged this from tedx
  10. getmountainhigh reblogged this from tedx
  11. biotic-quarks reblogged this from tedx
  12. fullyfrothy reblogged this from tedx and added:
    Going to a Ted convention, Bucket listed
  13. magandayaya reblogged this from tedx
  14. mahi-mahii reblogged this from tedx
  15. tangledlips reblogged this from tedx
  16. oh-anish reblogged this from tedx
  17. mikesexton3 reblogged this from tedx
  18. missmerielk reblogged this from tedx
  19. megalopsycha reblogged this from tedx and added:
    BOULDER?! :(
  20. johnmtg reblogged this from tedx