Leap for Survival Invitation

The reason for this fund-raising dinner? Very special frogs. With fewer than 120 corroboree frogs left in the wild, Australia’s Taronga Zoo required a stirring concept for their charity event, and Another Colour gave them just that with the Leap for Survival invitation.

To create a sense of hope that invitees could help rejuvenate the corroboree’s population, the design team decided to use the frog’s breeding and lifecycle as its inspiration – eggs and tadpoles. The palette – black and yellow – matched the colors of the corroboree. A cluster of circles in five sizes was designed to represent the frog’s eggs. (This motif was repeated on the program cover and throughout the event.)

 

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