online & print media.
By pairing a bold colour palette with contemporary typeface design we were able to create an identity that radiates strength, reassurance and positivity across a variety of mediums.
This multifaceted construction and industrial design company needed a powerful logo that could not only pay homage to their humble beginnings but also illustrate their expansion into the world of industrial drafting.
In response we crafted a modern design that really stands out from the crowd. The logo promotes strength, professionalism and the grit of the industry carefully balanced with subtle drivers leading the eye towards the company's bright future.
business card design.
A strong contemporary design finished in our clients select colour ways. The business card features a durable matt finish to ensure survival in the harshest of elements (the tradies wallet).
With the dual purpose of attracting monetary funding support and raising awareness of the not for profit we created a balanced design, using bold visual language to reflect the positive outcomes -past, present and future - that Feed The Little Children (FTLC) are creating on a daily basis.
A unique non-profit close to our hearts FTLC volunteers and members put their hearts and souls into delivering warm meals to severely disadvantaged children in the remote Kimberley region (Western Australia). They also organise uplifting educational and cultural events and provide community wide support and mentoring.
For information on how to get involved go to www.feedthelittlechildren.org.au
We gave this range of handmade pet friendly treats a fresh, bright identity - with a warm monochrome palette, clean lines and expressive typeface personality the branding oozes puppy love, friendship and positivity (all the warm and fuzzy feels).
match day programs.
The club came out of recess in 2012 in dire need of a fresh start - on and off the field. Operating in a new league and with new colours we set about blending the proud lions history with an updated modern feel.
The redesign sports a youthful, clean feel with the bold colour palette referencing the clubs vision for the future whilst retaining a sense of heritage in the iconic gold lion silhouette.
Born as an embodiment of the conferences 'fired up' theme the branding explores fire and biodiversity in the rugged grampians landscape.
The 'glowing fire flower' illustration features complex line art and colour theory to represent the cleanse and rebirth processes currently 'opening up' new displays of local flora in the mountain range.
A striking cover designed for Victoria University that showcases the bold union of fine art illustration techniques and contrasting colour theory.
The robust masthead boldly communicates integrity and scientific leadership in the field of study, anchoring the intricate artwork and drawing in and hold the reader's eye. A stand alone design that clearly differentiates itself from its competitors on the shelf.
The Green Hill Lake Development Board came to us for some help creating an online presence on a budget that could answer FAQs, provide seasonal updates and help promote all of the wonderful activities and facilities available to visitors and locals alike.
A total brand creation inspired by the tag line 'golf in the Grampians' including a logo, event promotions, website design, entrance forms, photography and flyers.
The striking logo stands - well and truly - out from the crowd, bringing the club out of the dark ages. The promotions clean designs, structured information hierarchies and modern material all aid in updating aged processes for the modern world .
A functional modern online space optimising festival patronage and streamlining the overall experience for locals and visitors a like.
Our design principles morphed the site into a user friendly experience delivering clear and accessible event information in a modern fashion.
business card design.
A modern and clean business card for a state government group that promotes efficiency, progress and the 'Rethink' project branding. Professionalism was a critical design element as the cards were to be circulated throughout state government departments, organisational stakeholders and local community groups.
An A5 booklet project for Victoria University
GRWMG came to us looking for an invitation for their staff, board members and stakeholders to attend a 'wake' for the group as it was being dissolved.
We ran with the theme producing a quirky remembrance outcome offset with a classic 'morning' colour pallet - equal parts fun and professional.