"Logos are a graphic extension of the internal realities of a company."~Saul Bass
BlueList Realty Canada
Traditionally, the term Blue List is used by Bond Investors to identify investment opportunities in the bond market. Similarly, Blue List Realtors identify investment opportunities in the housing market. Clean lines and cool blue tones easily set the scope for this project.
Canadian College And University Food Service Association
Special 40 year anniversary logo redesign project for the Canadian College and University Food Service Association (CCUFSA) who were looking for a fun culinary themed logo with a Canadian flare.
Bear Cove Beer Fest
Created for a local annually held event, the client was looking for a rugged, yet official logo for their independent beer festival. The logo was used to create original graphic tees that were a huge hit at the event!
The client, an emerging Realty firm, was looking for a unique brand. The use of brighter colours allowed the client to stand out from their competitors.
Blue Door Group
A blue front door signifies a place of refuge — calm, serene, and relaxing, the perfect retreat from an often harsh and demanding world. A modern day consulting group looking for a modern day clean, crisp and fresh brand. The ‘blue door’ acting as the U in Blue, also stands alone as a unique brand mark.
Iman Willoughby, RMT
A revamp of an existing concept for a Registered Massage Therapist launching her own practice. Soft colors and gradient shading were used to promote a therapeutic and relaxing look and feel.
Dartmouth Child Development Centre
The client, a not-for-profit child care centre, are known for their children’s orange bucket hats, the use of this icon in the logo was a great fit.
The Head Shoppe Hair & Esthetics
The client, an established multi-location brand was in need of a fresher, more female friendly and modern logo design to set it apart from its sister brands. Light colours and a modern and airy font were used to accomplish this vision.
HS Studio Salonspa
The launch of a trendy salonspa required a forward feeling font, the lower case lettering was used to create a fun and urban feel.