paper for you to poop on

Now, thanks to the invention of EDP, you too can help save Thai Elephants and trees everywhere!

So, what does EDP stand for? Elephant Dung Paper. Yes that's right, dung. According to the Thai Elephant Conservation Center (where the paper is made), the paper is 100% bacteria free, 100% odor free, 100% recycled, and 100% handmade - with a little help from the elephants of course. Supposedly, a single Elephant can produce up to 115 sheets of paper per day. The paper is suitable for most printers (excluding laser printers) and can be ordered in several standard sizes.

As designers, we're always seeking out new, original papers. EDP would be great for a small, personal or promotional campaign.

The Thai Elephant Conservation Center uses proceeds from their handmade paper products, elephant art, and tourism to help provide care for injured and/or displaced domestic elephants in Lampang (Northern Thailand). If you're interested, there's a vendor in the U.S. where you can purchase these products.

Do your part to save the world — buy dung paper!

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