This envelope for the National Domestic Violence Hotline is designed to promote awareness of the signs of domestic violence and provide contact information for twenty-four hour assistance. This design combines my skills in printmaking, packaging, and layout design. The love and hate images were created using a copper etching process. I used this interactive packaging as an opportunity to increase the impact of the messaging through the physical experience of removing the postcard from the envelope. When discussing issues of great personal magnitude like domestic violence it is often difficult to connect with victims and bystanders. Using this unique approach I aim to break through that psychological boundary, while simultaneously creating something objectively beautiful enough to want to keep around. This aesthetic quality aids the design’s ability to function because if a recipient keeps the envelope for its imagery, they also have constant access to the hotline number on the back.