Project Title

Every Seed Counts

College

Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences

Date of Last Revision

2020-12-10 13:47:57

Major

Graphic Design

Honors Course

7100:499

Number of Credits

3

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2021

Abstract

Above all else, humans should understand the impact of the decisions they make, before they make them. In specific, the decisions that could harm the environment, whether that is on a large or small scale. Humans create an enormous amount of trash, and for this honors project a campaign was created that emphasizes the importance of being environmentally conscious with paper. Being environmentally conscious can be expressed in a multitude of ways, so the main focus of this project was to create plantable seed paper that people can use and then grow things with after they are finished. This project communicates that even a small decision, like choosing a more environmentally friendly paper, can make the world grow and flourish. The process of creating seed paper, planting, and then growing the plants has been documented in the form of photography and video. These forms of documentation are presented through a 3D gallery, and a website

Research Sponsor

Chris Hoot

First Reader

David Flynn

Second Reader

John Morrison

Honors Faculty Advisor

Markus Vogl

Comments

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/seedpaper/home

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approval signatures, sponsor, advisor, department head

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