Toiletry Packaging & Menu Covers
Located on the Great Barrier Reef, Orpheus Island is an idyllic retreat offering great diving, swimming and food experiences. The menu covers and toiletries use clean typography combined with luxury materials and finishes to reflect the sophistication of this island retreat.
Daytek are an Australian owned manufacturer of hardware and homewares. New cartons for their flagship range of clotheslines were designed as part of a complete rebrand. Designed to raise the company profile and create a strong presence in hardware stores our bold use of colour and graphics has helped the company record a significant increase in sales.
Identity and Labelling for Wine
Ardent produce quality Heathcote Shiraz for distribution through several major liquor outlets in Victoria. We were asked to design labelling that would communicate the bold, expressive and passionate characteristics of the name and the wine.
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers gave this screenprinted polypropylene folder to their many clients to assist their filing while cross promoting their varied services. The white ink on translucent plastic gave a subtle and sophisticated finish to this otherwise utilitarian object.
The prominent law firm Deacons became Norton Rose in January 2010. Coinciding with this transition and the publication of a review into the global financial crisis a 'Recovery Kit' was designed as a give away to staff. It featured a screenprinted polypropylene box containing, amongst other things, a Berocca recovery drink.