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  1. Coopers Alehouse —

    Coopers Alehouses are the new brainchild of a brand that’s rich in history. Needing a brand that spoke to both old and new at once, we turned to the Coopers Brewery archives to form the foundations of the Alehouses brand. Old ads, graphics and photographs informed what would become a contemporary new look. From an…

  2. Pago —

    Defining a new level of luxury for the Fleurieu Peninsula, Págo Middleton is the brain child of entrepreneurial couple Rose Kentish and Sam Harrison. Embarking on a three year grand design and restoration of horse stables that sat unused on the grounds of the iconic Mill at Middleton, Rose engaged long term friend and interior…

  3. D’Angelo Coffee —

    Tony D’Angelo approached us with a goal to develop a brand that was not only distinctive but also aligned with his beliefs and vision. It had to be authentic, bold and tasteful, much like his coffee. A typographic tweak lead to a clever mark. A distinct and simply logo that is able to be bold…

  4. Colours of Impressionism —

    Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay was an exclusive exhibition at the Art Gallery of South Australia. The exhibition charts the revolution of colour that lies at the very heart of Impressionism and included 65 masterpieces with works by Monet, Renoir, Manet, Morisot and Cézanne, among many others. The branding avoids referencing historical…

  5. Jeanneret Wines —

    Every bottle of Jeanneret wine is truly a product of its environment. The unique characteristics of each vintage reflect the growing conditions of the year. Nature’s divine influence is apparent in every sip. The brand’s former logo, a nautilus shell representing the Golden Ratio, referenced family ties to Le Corbusier, the Swiss-French pioneer of modern architecture….

  6. 2KW Restaurant & Bar —

    Featuring a critically acclaimed kitchen and world-class interiors, all perched atop an iconic Adelaide building with 180-degree views, 2KW Bar and Restaurant is one of Adelaide’s greatest destinations. This is an accolade only achievable with the help of good design. Consistency and cohesion are always key, but particularly the case here. To ensure our branding…

  7. Tarnanthi —

    South Australia’s annual festival of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander art is a landmark festival in Australia. The only festival of its kind in Australia, the festival has quickly become a focal point on the arts calendar. Named Tarnanthi, pronounced tar-nan-dee, the word is Kaurna meaning, to come forth or appear – like the…

  8. Vs Rodin —

    The Art Gallery of South Australia required a campaign to promote its major exhibition for 2017—titled ‘Versus Rodin’. The exhibition brought the largest collection of Auguste Rodin’s works in the southern hemisphere alongside 60 contemporary artists from around the world. The exhibition highlighted the impact Rodin has had on contemporary art and the way we…

  9. Adelaide Botanic High School —

    Adelaide Botanic High School is the first completely new public high school to be established in South Australia in almost 40 years. Unbound by history it is the first time a South Australian school has fully considered its ‘brand’ from it’s very inception. The identity sought to unite traditional motifs of education with a sense…

  10. PACT Architects —

    The branding of PACT architects marks a new beginning for its four directors. The four heads of the studio had taken over ownership from their former employer and felt it appropriate to apply their collaborative philosophy to the brand. The name PACT refers to the idea of a promise—the covenant between the four equal partners…