Many thanks to Keep America Beautiful for sharing recent Litter Letter Project made in Mobile, Alabama on the national website www.kab.org!
Many thanks to TEDxSpringHillCollege for the opportunity to share the beginnings of The Litter Letter Project...
Litter Letter now in Alabama! A 7ft. tall Fleur de lis Litter Letter now on display at Spring Hill College in Mobile...
The Litter Letter Project went INTERNATIONAL in 2016! Litter Letters were made in both Perth and Albany in Western Australia...
This traveling installation is part of the “Northside Keeps it Clean” campaign to fight litter and increase recycling in Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhoods through awareness, education and action.
These WHY letters were made by Pine Ridge Job Corps in partnership with Keep Chadron Beautiful. Featured at their Earth Day Festival and Great American Clean Up these letters will move around for different events in Chadron.
The Litter Letter Project selected as a winner of the 2015 So(cial) Good Design Awards by Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) in Toronto Canada!
I initially created the Litter Letter Project in 2012 for my MFA thesis at Vermont College of Fine Arts with my main focus and research centered around using graphic design as a tool for behavioral change. What began as a local collaboration with a small group of people developed into reality thanks to the funding and support from Keep Louisiana Beautiful. This website serves to document the project and its growth as it developed across multiple states in the USA and now all over the world. It has been a wonderful journey so far working with so many great people in many communities as they create their own versions of this idea to address the issue.