Brooks Flooring wanted a logo that communicated professionalism and precision, so we crafted a very visual logo illustrating a floor with sharp angles and corners, all fit within a tidy square.
This logo features a minimalist profile of Southern Nova Scotia, all tucked within a tidy bulb shape. Subtle shading gives a sense depth as the shoreline "pops" out of the background.
Framework Church is a new church plant in Gainesville, VA. The logo icon is a letter F mashed up with a letter W to resemble supporting structure.
This logo works with transparencies to transcend colour; it takes on shades of whatever background it is put in front of.
Kids connect is a kids program for a church in New Zealand. They were looking for a fun, vibrant logo along with a set of icons to represent their various age groups.
The “connection” icons have many potential applications, and even interlock with one another to create a repeating pattern.
Simplicity is key in logo design. In the symbol for this logo, the letter C visually "converges" with another line. All of this fits in a compact, heart-shaped package.
Green Hill Lake Camp is a summer camp in NB, Canada that emphasizes a safe, fun summer experience with an emphasis on water play.
The logo was designed to be both playful and professional with simple, attractive form and a wildly vibrant color scheme that screams, "fun for kids!"
Ormocto Baptist Church had a logo and website made. They chose the “clean text” option of the concepts presented to them.
Apéro chez Jo (Happy Hour at Jo's) is a video podcast about big ideas (theology, philosophy, society, etc.) in a fun, casual setting (usually with a glass of beer).
We used a visual pun to capture both aspects of the show (beer + light bulb).
Caton's Island is a camp in Browns Flat, NB that hosts youth and kids all summer long. We wanted to create a feeling of vibrance and fun in the web and print materials while still maintaining a navigable and intuitive experience for parents.
SPRY is a fictional home furnishing / decor company boasting modern, timeless designs. The spry fawn characterizes the newness and simple beauty in all SPRY home decor.
PRESTO is a fictional coffee shop with quality coffee and short wait times. Our favorite logos incorporate visual puns, and this one is easily seen as either a hat or a cup with a color scheme that hearkens back to old magic posters.
The IH website represents the collaborative work of youth leaders from across Canada. With the help of Berdene du Toit's creating the graphic pieces, we were able to build a website that helped unite people across the nation around a singular cause.
Tough Snails is a fictional cyber security firm. Its design combines a literary pun with a visual pun in this fun, minimal package.
Done Right is a fictional construction / consulting firm trying to set themselves apart as the professionals in a sea of amateurs. They work mostly but not exclusively in houses (renovation, repair, add-ons, etc), and emphasize promptness, quality workmanship, and a transparent, reasonable pricing scheme.
These landscape booklet designs provide the reader a clear view of the information with sharp presentation.
This British Columbia youth event was looking for a logo that highlighted all the great things about their region. The finished product ended up looking great on t-shirts and posters.
A tri-fold brochure for a crucial cause. This brochure conveys important information in an organized and appealing way.