If you have sketched on a napkin, odds are you have also ripped a napkin. This submission makes use of rips from heavy handed pen marks to create a zero-waste DAAP logo. The design pattern utilizes 100% of the material, flipping the cut out ‘d’ to a ‘p’ and carrying the first cut out ‘a’ to become the second. In this way, it does more with less waste. It's inspired by the work of DAAP students who are considering the broader impact of their creative practices. Also, this napkin was used as a napkin before it became a logo idea.