This was one of our favourite briefs. Munash is an incredible brand moving ahead in leaps and bounds in their industry. They wanted their packaging to reflect their ethos and energy. We worked towards a simplistic logo that clean and versatile. We then developed patterns that would be used for each variation of their product. We cannot wait to see this one rolled out!
This logo was developed for a super cool wine-maker/bar in town who was collaborating with Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine on an exclusive club for wine lovers! It needed to be versatile and fit the targeted demographic.
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As a certified bibliophile, I LOVED designing an indentity for a book club. We had free rein with this one and developed three varying concepts but this one was a clear winner.
Brief: A logo for a new family-friendly cafe opening in the CBD. The cafe was being housed in an old factory that used to manufacture hydrants. The logo needed to reflect the vintage side of the premises and encompass the hydrant product. We chose and edited a font to be reminiscent of a fire hose.
A simple brand for a sweet little clothing hire boutique. This brief was really focussed around the demographic. I love descovering new fonts and seeing what we can do with them to make them unique.
This was a fun brand to work on. It is for a mobile bar house in a vintage caravan. We had to make sure the identity suited the product, and we also had to ensure potential clients and brides were happy to have the logo diplayed at their events.
A creative brief for a makeup and hair stylist. We wanted to create an identity that really suited the client.
Vim + Vigour
We generally work in mono when designing identities to ensure they are versatile and to keep them elegant and simplistic. However, this client is a remedial massage thereapist and we wanted to capture the flow of evergies that she works with. We love the final result.
An identity for an online giftware store. This brief and the clients were a lot of fun to work with! We wanted it to be simple but with a few quirks.
We had to go a little more corporate with this brief. However, we didn't want anything starchy that screamed suits. This identity is for a group in the financial sector who are full of energy and passion. Each sector of the company has its own corporate colour and style guide.
Oh how we love layout and we had the chance to really develop something special when we rebranded and created a style guide for Junkies Magazine.
Oh how we love to design invites! We get to be creative and emotive with our design. This one is for a Melbourn Cup Luncheon hosted by Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine and Mercedes-Benz. We love the end result and the roll-out of the event collateral.
Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine
Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine is a quarterly publication that we get to really push the boundaries with. We have overhauled the layout twice with great response from readers. The brief: Clean, elegant type with white space and a focus on great imagery. Form the outset we always made sure the images were the heroes on the page which in turn demanded a high quality of photographer. We love seeing our design all over Ballarat, it certinly haves us feeling proud.