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  • Alt Saints characters put a face to ecological issues
  • Alt Saints characters put a face to ecological issues
    Yasin Hoşgör (2018) ©
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Alt Saints characters put a face to ecological issues

Aussie food brand Alt Saints is putting purpose before profit, using character-driven design to humanise what’s often an overwhelming issue: saving the planet. It's showing how design can be a powerful tool in encouraging eco-conscious consumers to make sustainable purchases.

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