Lucky Lou's Restaurant
A forth coming restaurant in Victoria BC with a prohibition era theme.
Redpath Fine Art
Peter Redpath asked me to create a word mark that would represent his art dealing business. We decided that a typographic solution, that reflected a personal feeling, would be ideal.
Confit Food + Wine
Chef Dwane Macissac wanted a logo to reference duck, the main ingredient in confit, for his restaurant. This illustrated pen and ink logo has a classic but playful feeling.
The Rolling Barrel
The Rolling Barrel is Victoria’s first pedal bike tour. They asked me to help them develop an idea that would be playful, incorporating their name into the visual identity. Hinting at the classic illustration of a face in the sun made for an effective identity because it is a familiar image. With the Rolling Barrel I gave an old idea new legs.
CoastalCreation is a new social media marketing company in Victoria giving their clients direction based on where they want to go. The idea of communicating location and destination came together in a simplified image of a mountain inside a symbol of location, a map pin often seen on google maps.
Gazebo Foods specializes in high end dessert sauces and wanted to position itself against the mainstream sugar heavy dessert sauces. They wanted something that would be easily applied to a variety of products and applications as well convey a feeling of care and simplicity which reflected their products and ingredients.
The Compost Education Centre of Victoria
The Compost Education Centre had a logo (called Mr. Wiggles) that strongly appealed to young children but not to its growing older audience interested in sustainable gardening. Their logo refresh needed to appeal to a broader audience without alienating their younger audience. By creating a cornucopia of imagery that makes up a tree they communicate a more diverse range of courses and workshops on offer and are able to use the individual icons for many purposes.
Kemo Treats are a satirical hip hop duo that struggled with being taken humorously. The group wanted a logo that helped new comers see their humorous and over the top style, this pretty much did it.
The king of the jungle being the lion it made sense to use the lion as the steeping off point for this project. If you look closely you can see buildings in the crown.