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Farm animal information board

Municipality of The Hague

Educational farms

Everyone recognizes the most common farm animals, but how much do you really know about them? Do you know what they are kept for on the farm? What they eat and how they digest it? To answer these questions, Peerdrops has created eight different animal information boards in style with the other projects we have done for the Municipality of The Hague, such as the signage for the educational gardens.

A buck, a doe and a kitten

Did you know these are the names for a male rabbit, female rabbit and a cub? 

Design | Realisation | Result

Detailed conceptsketch - Just a few minor style changes have been made for the final designs. 

Design | Realisation | Result

Final sign with minor changes to the original concept.

The final sign about the goat. 

Did you know that the taste of ham changes due to the food that the pig eats.

The sheep are sheared once a year.

What is a chicken's comb for?

The final sign about the rabbit.

Guinea pigs, just like humans, cannot make vitamin C themselves.

The bees are essential in the fertilization of crops.

Design | Realisation | Result

Placement of the pig information board.

The signs at one of the educational farms. 

De koek is op! Aah dat is jammer he.Maar je kan natuurlijk alles nog een keertje bekijken en heb je al onze projecten al bekeken? Ja?

Tsja dan voor nu gewoon even geduld hebben, we zetten er vast binnenkort wel weer iets nieuws op!

Peerdrops

Stationsplein 45

3013 AK Rotterdam

info@peerdrops.nl

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