UNICEF Chicago Humanitarian Awards Program
O’Neil worked with Rule 29 Creative, who designed a program for the UNICEF Chicago Humanitarian Awards. The program is a half fold designed to show what events will be taking place, along with who will be speaking at the event. On the back of the program is a “Take Action” checklist to share how one can get involved further with UNICEF.
UNICEF Chicago Humanitarian Programs were designed by Rule 29 Creative to show off the events taking place at the awards.
Capabilities and Equipment Used
Bifold, square, 4 pages
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