I have loved working with a variety of clients from property development to gumboot sales to lawyers and accountants.
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MyNoke: I was involved in a large number of projects for MyNoke which I enjoyed not only for the variety it brought, but also because their main goal is a waste free New Zealand. This particular logo was for their community gardens project aimed at helping communities produce their own fresh produce. It was one of the more playful logos I have produced.
Black Goat Cherries: This was a fun exploration for some friends looking to sell their large crop of cherries. I am a big fan of goats so jumped onboard straight away!
Honey: An ex-colleague decided to turn their passion for the ocean and travel into a business venture sailing international waters. I created a logo that would mainly work on the vessel but could also translate to staff uniforms and online collateral.
MyNoke: Another logo project for MyNoke, this was to be a simple, one colour logo that could be added onto various packaging where required.
The French Villa: This was a retail store (both physical and online) that specialised in French style furniture imported from oversees. They wanted the logo to have a casual, hand drawn feel with a complimenting soft colour palette.
Queens Rise, Point Ridge, Ayrlies Parklands: These three projects were new property developments in need of a logo, brand guidelines, signage and brochures.
AUEA: This was one of my earliest logo projects but one that I still enjoy today. I incorporated the loose form of hand drawings with the reference to more measured structure.
Lucas 18: This was a new mixed-use property project in Albany. I met with the developer and architect in the early naming stage to understand the vision and thereafter created the brand including flyers, brochures and a website.