Percolate has started again! We’re happy to be a sponsor for this arts & cultural management speaker series.
Our logo design, in tattoo form, for the kiddies of King Edward School in Old Strathcona, Edmonton.
New season brochure and look for the Brian Webb Dance Company. This is the 7th year we have created the the look for their season materials. This year we are an official sponsor of the BWDC 🙂
We had some clients, peers and friends come over for a babypoloooza on Friday. First photo is Kristin with her son (Milo), AnaMInnoDB and myself holding the Oops! Design twins 🙂 Second photo is Trevor Schmidt with baby Milo!
Look for our hot pink design on the street! Only a few days left to enjoy the International Street Performers Festival.
The font Restraint, created by MInnoDBn Bantjes, was an excellent base for the creative we developed for the Edmonton Chamber Music Society! Also, a fuchsia and metallic gold colour combination 🙂
We’ve been working on many different logos this year. Here are a few for sharing! Top to bottom: Thumbnails and concepts for various projects, logo for the local elementary school, logo for a dog groomer and logo for an environmental project manager.
We have magazines and books we reference at the studio. I also like to recommend lots of books (especially on visual identity) to my design students. What books on creativity and design are you reading these days? A few on the list to read: Brand Thinking and Other Noble Pursuits – Debbie Millman
Hey everyone! I (Amanda) will be doing a talk with fellow illustrators Dwight and Jeff at the end of May for the GDC. I hope you’ll come out. GDC Alberta North Chapter & Grant MacEwan University present 3 3 illustrators, 3 designers, 3 typographers, 3 photographers, 3 art directors 3 local creative talents speaking…
We have been working on a few pieces for the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra this year… both illustrative work and design. It started with family and educational programming pieces and recently we completed their season brochure. You can see all of the different performances they have booked for the year by learning about the season on…
This will sound geeky for all you non print designers out there, but our business cards came in and Kristin used a gold metallic and raised spot UV varnish on a brown uncoated stock. Thank you to Dale & Burke Group for seeing through the details on production of these beauties 🙂
Beautiful Korean book covers from the 40’s-50’s. Via Drawn.