Paper company Arjowiggins has teamed up with French designer Matthieu Missian to create a spectacular paper cut-out tree sculpture. The creative paper company believes that "paper can help to preserve the world’s forests" and the collaboration is part of a campaign that targets the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
The paper cut-out tree sculpture is part of a campaign that will see Arjowiggins Creative Papers teaming up with the World Land Trust to fund a program that will protect 65 hectares of Brazilian rainforest (one for each state leader due to attend the conference in Copenhagen).
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