Animal Legal Defense Fund

Visualizing the impact of a year of cases for animal welfare

The Animal Legal Defense Fund protects the lives and advances the interests of animals through the legal system.

ALDF wanted a piece to celebrate and reflect on their accomplishments in 2020 that would be gifted to staff as a thank you for their commitment to the cause.

We worked with them to create an infographic poster highlighting these accomplishments  that worked within their current brand’s look and feel guidelines, while still bringing a fresh and optimistic feel to the overall piece with the introduction of custom illustrations and typography.

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