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Perth Zombie Walk

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Cottontails and Whiskers

The Cottontails and Whiskers branding was so much fun to work on; mostly because it involved a lot of research* looking up adorable pictures of kittens and bunnies! Teagan, the business owner and fur-mum of many fluffy children (including 3 cheeky cats and 3 cuddly rabbits!) wanted something cute and fun, just like the pets she caters for. As the name suggests, bunnies are one of the main animals she provides products for, so I was focused on finding a way to include a subtle cottontail character into the logo design. Throw in some hand-drawn text and we have a bright and playful design that suits Teagan’s brand perfectly! Along with the logo design, I also teamed up with Teagan to work on many of the graphics on her website, including some stylised icons to represent each animal category (again; a treat to draw!) and some social media branding for the Facebook page. *it may not have been actual research. Cats. Internet. It was inevitable. Find out more about Teagan and her fluffballs! Find them on Facebook
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Raw Cold Brew

Oh, Carpe Coffee. I seriously can’t get enough of these guys (have you dropped in for a coffee at their Perth or Midland locations yet? Get on it!). When cafe owner James told me he was starting a top secret coffee project that required a fresh, new design; I knew it could only mean good things. I was right. Just like everything that the Carpe crew do, they aim to be a little left of center. Raw Cold Brew, as the name suggests, is a pure and simple, cold brewed coffee. No added sugars, flavours or other unnecessarys; just coffee and milk. “Raw”. With the raw food revolution going into overdrive these days, it was no surprise that James didn’t want his cold brew following the popular trend of green, health food-type design. The cafes certainly aren’t mainstream, so why should the coffee look any different?! I was very lucky (and excited!) to have been given pretty much free-reign on this design, with only a small request of perhaps taking a look at something with a slightly retro vibe. All that’s left to do now is give our strongman a name! Find out more about Carpe Coffee   Find them on Facebook Follow on Instagram
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Zeus Electrical

After being overwhelmed with local electricians using plugs, cables and sockets in their branding, I was determined to give Eddie of Zeus Electrical a logo that differed from the others! Needless to say that he’d already done half of the work for me by choosing such an excellent business name. Zeus, greek god of the sky and thunder, and wielder of a mighty lightning bolt – what better imagery was there to run with?! Once we'd created quite a strong and solid logo to suit his business' vibe, I carried through the elements of his visual branding board into his printed goods (business cards and invoices), website, social media pages and online advertising. We also had a play with some cheeky wording in his adverts and online posts, to add a little fun and a touch of humanity (he is a god, after all!) to an otherwise quite staunch and corporate industry. A strong brand is all about standing out from the crowd, and that's entirely what we managed to do with Eddie! Find out more about Eddie and Zeus Electrical Visit the website Find him on Facebook
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Essential Elements PT

Jonathan is yet another client that came to me looking for branding that didn’t mirror all of the clichés of his industry. As a Personal Trainer, he did not want his brand to be lost amidst the sea of barbels, kettle bell and body builder silhouettes already flooding the market…and frankly, neither did I! Essential Elements PT focuses on more than just working out. Jonathan takes a more holistic approach in his personal training and offers his clients a chance to improve their overall well-being, focusing on the three key elements of fitness, nutrition and lifestyle. After some discussion about the workings of his business, it was determined that Essential Elements is about helping clients to understand that small and simple steps can be taken to reach their end goals – it’s simply a science! From this point, I came up with the tagline “the simple science of a healthy life” and continued the scientific theme through to the imagery where I used icons of beakers filled with 3 different coloured elements. Fitness (red), nutrition (green) and lifestyle (blue). Jonathan had confided to me previously that he was a massive science buff, so the design reflected himself personally as much as his business. Find […]
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