A company with over 25 years' experience, this brandmark holds the company's values in mind. A modern take on the company's initials was used to create a structured emblem in a fresh colour scheme.
The logo designed for the Sydney-based holiday-letting company captures a sunset within a location pin. More on this project.
The Australian Lighting & Building Automation Exhibition utilises a faceted structure in shades of green to enforce the environmental aspect of the conference.
For this well-established company, we developed an interlocking symbol that was both literal and symbolic of the company's product offering, services and history.
For this global technology company we designed a symbol that represents the endless possibilities of their online procurement system for the hotel industry and its buying and selling capabilities. More on this project.
Each year Thredbo host activities for guests. We enticed people with colourful, youthful graphics, whilst remaining sympathetic to the existing brand that their audience is familiar with. More on this Project.
CPI supply of all types of poultry shelters – a series of shapes reminiscent of the structures also spells out the company's acronym.
We designed a logo that transformed the letter M into a camera. A solid, contemporary colour palette of green, black and white was chosen to create a bold brand icon. More on this project.
A travel agency with expertise in ‘soft adventure’ or leisure travel experiences, this had to capture the dynamism of discovery and travel whilst maintaining a sense of security and professionalism. More on this project.
As a business specialising in the continual improvement of their clients' performance, the logo needed to speak of reaching the pinnacles of success, through thin elongated type and a star emblem. More on this project.
Playing on the traditional Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, we created an identity for Urban St Kilda’s new lunchtime catering service. More on this project.
Strong and reliable, this one man business has his character reflected in the use of a thick, directional sans serif, done in black, as favoured by the fashion set he styles.
For Urban Hotel Group’s Brisbane property, we designed a series of logos for the conference rooms, using colourful illustrations of the city skyline that highlighted the features, views and name of each room. More on this project.
To accompany the slogan we coined for this event management company – Where Artistry Meets Alchemy – we developed a minimal brandmark; a nod to the periodic table.