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BDW 2015 CATALOGS

KG OF PAPER PULP

BDW 2016 POSTERS

BDW 2016 INVITATIONS

DIGITAL ADVERTISING Instead of having billboards, posters or flyers, Beirut Design Week opted for digital billboards, which use LED lights. Not only are they more attractive and allow more room for content, they are also far more environmentally-friendly than the weather resistant Flex banners or glued paper billboard with a very short life span.

ONLINE COMMUNICATIONS

GOODIE BAGS WITH WASTE

Apart from recycled invitation cards and official invoices, all communication with participants of Beirut Design Week is done online through email. Moreover, BDW encourages people to check on the website, all social media channels and the mobile app for detailed information about all events and participants of the event.

Waste is a Lebanese company that is devoted to using waste and up-cycling it for a variety of products. For the second year in a row, the Waste team, Waleed Jad and Marc Metni, came up with a great way to re-use discarded vinyl book covers and to turn them into the Beirut Design Week 2016 goodie bags. Moreover, the little pencil pocket was made from the BDW2015’s backdrop banner, which was kept specifically for this purpose.

Profile for MENA Design Research Center

Beirut Design Week 2016: FEATURE  

Beirut Design Week 2016: FEATURE  

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