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  1. 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…

  2. 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….

  3. 36 Short —

    Not many people have heard of Rakia. But the little-known spirit has been part of the Lioulios family for generations. Now brothers Jon and Con Lioulios are turning their late father’s Rakia into the product on everyone’s lips. The more we looked into Rakia the more we realised tradition was holding it back. For 36…

  4. 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…

  5. Deck Dock —

    Designed in Australia, sold the world over, Deck Dock is a discreet wall-mount system used to display skateboards. A functional product in need of functional design. We developed branding, packaging, stationery and a website under a utilitarian visual style. Bold graphics, neon inks – not a trace of stereotypical skateboarding aesthetics. Because the style of…

  6. CVBC

    Clare Valley Brewing Company make great beer. It’s as simple as that. So we helped them simplify some other things too. We started by shortening the name of the beer to CVBC. Memorable and unique, to see and to say. Then we stripped back the labels and assigned each variety a unique colour palette. The…