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Collateral Material Designs

December 30, 1899

 

KnowHow2GO's collateral materials were designed with students in mind. The whimsical designs include something for everyone -- from airplaine flyers, to keychains, to t-shirts. Nonprofit organizations may use these designs to create materials for students as long as the materials are offered free of charge.  

Airplane Flyer

Banner

Bookcover

Bookmark (Nada-Zip)

Bookmark (Tough)

Key Chains

Life Size Cutout

Postcard

Powerpoint Template

Stickers

T-Shirt (skate front)

T-Shirt (mural front)

T-Shirt (skate and mural back)

T-shirt (tough)

T-shirt (original)

 

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