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A property development on the site of an historic home required a logo and associated branding.
The brief was to create a brand mark for a new social enterprise. The mark would eventually be used on a cook book, kitchenware and a website where women from around the world would gather to share food, their stories, and life's wisdom.
The social enterprise was inspired by the founder’s travels and her experiences with many diverse culures. It was felt that the mark should have a certain hand-painted earthiness while retaining enough simplicity to be used successfully on a range of kitchen products. The loosely-painted silhouette embodies the raison d'etre, while the multitude of colours present in the hand-drawn letterforms reflect the diverse contributions from around the world.
Only one concept was presented – resulting in a very happy client, who felt the design perfectly answered the brief in terms of tone and feel.
This logo was part of the visual identity that was developed for the Maroondah Art Trail – a community initiative to help promote local artists in local cafés.
A new specialist executive search organisation required a logo.
A distinctive and memorable logo was developed that incorporated an eagle within a shield motif.
The client response was positive and the logo has been used across a range of applications.
The brief was to create a logo for a charity art auction based around the theme of The Culinary Fox.
Without being too literal in the approach, we still wanted to convey the dual themes of food and the fox. A logo utilising a colourful, folded napkin and some strategically placed chopsticks was created.
The client was very happy with the result and felt that it conveyed the style and tone of the event.