Flinders Ranges and Outback South Australian Tourism were looking for an identity image. They asked me not to confine the region to the colours of the earth, but to create something showing that the Flinders and Outback areas had so many colours and not just the landscapes but also the people living and breathing the…
The client was looking for a logo with specific colours, and something that represented grandure or luxury for her accommodation business. With several designs sent through we came up with this end result. My client tells me that Quorn sits directly between the mountain range and the skies represented just what they were looking for…
The Diocese of the Willochra approached me to create a badge logo to hand out to their Canons within the church. The client wanted some elements of the original logo and the colours of grain and the southern cross. The cross is meant to look like it is surrounding the world.
The Mount Remarkable Council commissioned me to create a logo that represented Mount Remarkable, the ocean and the colours of the landscape in the region. The outcome was this logo, there were several designs, but the client like the clean fresh look of the logo that we finalised.
This client wanted a fresh looking logo that could be used to add to stickers for packaging. We’ve created a ribbon style logo that should appear well on any packaging, website etc. Fresh bright colours to show a crisp fresh look.
A collective of people in a group promoting the use of Flinders Merino wool, this logo came out of several designs, but was kept simple for ease of recognition.
As the medical centre takes in 2 practices that are on the Goyder’s Line, the M represents the line within South Austalia.
Zanic is a high end fashion brand website, selling celebrity endorsed designer brands. We created the logo with a regal 3 dimensional feel. This logo is only used on the website and packaging.
The Willochra Home is an aged care facility within the anglican diocese. The logo is quite a different approach as the image element aligns to the right, but is attached slightly to the type by what looks like an arm reaching towards it.
This client came to us for a quick design for an advertisement, we decided to adapt the W and I to make it into a simple logo. They were so happy this has now been the identity of Walkington’s since.
The mortar and pestle and leaves are all hand drawn and digitally adapted within the logo. Colours used to represent earthy overtones.
The logo has the heart shape incorporated into the design to represent loving life. Colours were used to represent colours from different council areas that worked with this group.
Client stipulated that they wanted the specific type used, and the position of the shoes.
We were requested to create a design that was regal, they also requested the use of the dove somewhere within the logo.
The newest café in Port Pirie set inside a church. The client was looking for a logo that incorporated the pomegranate. The top of the granite was made to look like a crown as the owner is considered the king of coffee creations in the region this was quite appropriate.
This limousine service offered stretched Hummers, I kept the shape rather like the vehicle rectangular. The silver is used to represent the luxury of the vehicles.
The rings on the logo represent the three areas of the body – dot on top is the head, then arms, torso and legs. A simple use of lines to represent the harmony and flow of the body. Colours are cool to represent calmness and coolness.
Simple use of a script font to create an easyily recognisable identity, looks great as an imprint on photography.
The logo design shape is set to represent the state of South Australia, the lines inside the logo were created to show the strip affect of a harvested paddock. Colours are set to represent sky, dirt, outback and green growth. Text used is simple for easy reading.
There were many designs worked on with this logo, the client was clear that they wanted the Mount Remarkable image set into the background of their logo. The design was to be used on labels hence the oval shaped outcome. 3 trees are set at the gateway to the farm entrance.
This logo started out as a stamp design to celebrate 25 years of the Cochlea Implant Club, the design was so favourably liked, that they are using the logo for their website and general use. 3 dimensional feel created out of highlights and shadows within the design.
The builder is keen on expressing their abilities in the industry outside of the normal building industry. The slants represent roof lines and are challenged within the type, easy to read, clean and cool colours are nicely used.
The three rings around the logo are there to represent the 3 brothers (3 arms) of the business, colours are neutral and the logo is easy to read. A slight hint of 3 dimensional feel.
Using the “A” concept the logo is created to give a feel of 3 dimensions, it is simple and clean and easy to read.
An adapted logo from the old logo, modernised the style, brought in a sense of the area through the use of the type and colours.
A logo that is easily readable and clearly says what the business is about.
A set of old style fonts attribute well to the style and look of the logo, with just a touch of wheat to push the bakers touch. Colour bold and classy easy to distinguish.