Here is some of my latest print design work.
Your print materials could look as great as this! I’d love to work with you, just give me a call.
(Click on any of the images below to open up the full gallery).
Long established as one of the top designers in the field of Irish dance, this dress maker recently came to us to help revitalize a brand that had been critically overtaken by some of the big names in the industry. We created a powerful new visual identity of a phoenix rising from the flames, its shape a subtle reflection of a dancer standing in the ready position. Along with an effective new website, an exciting contest, and a series of stunning advertisements Phoenix Designs immediately captured the attention of the Irish Dancing world.
Our local midwifery group, for whom we created branding and a new website in 2015, were finding that there still appeared to be a lack of understanding about midwifery among medical professionals and potential clients. This inviting and informative brochure was produced for distribution in medical offices and for outreach in the community.
Business cards designed for custom homebuilders. Design is based on look and feel developed for website with pleasing clarity and good legibility. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Quick reference promotional card designed for custom homebuilders to hand out at trade shows, based on brand look and feel originally developed for the website. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Outdoor signage designed for local health food store. A revised logo was developed for this application to allow for no type inside dandelion shape. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Newspaper advertising designed for local health food store. A general template has been developed to keep costs down. New content and accompanying graphics can simply be dropped in each month. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Business cards designed for local health food store. Design was based on website design and uses the farmer’s field background and engaging corner graphics developed for store branding. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Identification system designed for local health food store to help clientele determine specific product information at a glance, including info about location, dietary needs, environmental, etc. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Print advertising for the local studio tour needed to showcase several different artists and vendors in a way that viewers could see the various offerings featured by each one.
Annual report designed for the national association representing over 9,000 co-operatives in Canada. An engaging and compelling design was developed based on the geometric shapes contained within the logo, and featuring sumptuous large images overlaid with large typography.
The new promotional brochure for the local studio tour needed to showcase a host of different artists and vendors in a way that viewers could easily and quickly identify the different studios as well as see the various offerings featured at each one.
New promotional brochure designed for the 20th anniversary of the Crown & Pumpkin Studio Tour. Great care was taken by our committee to ensure that all information was in the most appropriate spot for ease of reading and so that people could conveniently find what they were looking for – both in the brochure itself, and while navigating the tour. Logo and tagline also developed by Sumack Loft.
Comprehensive branding for Tapastree, a fundraising initiative for Mills Community, including logo, numerous print pieces, and Facebook graphics. The annual event is a wonderful weave of local food, drink, music, theatre, art and community.
Co-op week is the opportunity for Canadian co-operative and credit union members to celebrate their achievements. A lively, engaging design was developed which leverages the look and feel of the existing International Credit Union Day poster. Logo was also designed at Sumack Loft.
Three cover design concepts for 2015 May/June issue of Policy Options magazine based on cover story relating to debate as to whether or not Canadians are better off or not after 10 years of Harper government. First two designs are based on the novel A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.
Special section full page spread on summer reading for 2015 July/August issue of Policy Options magazine. Stock art was sourced and used to develop a charming and compelling design featuring dragonflies whirling about against a summer sky and alighting on a stack of books.
All pages within the Policy Options July/August issue’s special section on summer reading were individually designed to contain dragonflies wheeling around the page template creating intriguing movement and visual interest within the pages.