Helping build brands from the logo up.
Here’s a selected archive of twenty logo’s, over 20 years, that follow the simple philosophy of;
What’s the idea, what does it communicate, and is it crafted to stand the test of time.
Much sharper vision and look with Fokus eye wear.
Client: Fokus © 2005
A liquid ‘a’ for Splash magazine masthead.
Client: Splash Magazine © 1999
An iconic elephant for an IT company with African heritage.
Client: BCO Technologies © 2001
Setting the pace with Pacesetter efficient paper.
Client: Spicers Paper © 2000
The business of colour, a Giant of a paint store.
Client: Giant Productions © 2002
The tip of a vine leaf for Fairfax’s Vine channel.
Client: Fairfax Media © 2009
The cat makes a number 9 for the Nine Lives design conference.
Client: Nine Lives © 1999
S meets C for a Screen Cosmetics monogram.
Client: Screen Cosmetics © 2000
Sunglasses day and night, all the time.
Client: 24:7 Sunglasses © 2002
Designer: “So what is Ten One Twenty?”
Client: “It’s the address, 10/120”
Designer: “Well it makes sense to communicate that”
Client: Ten One Twenty © 2016
An oil drop forms a ‘b’ for a procurement business founded in oil search and discovery.
Client: Bruns Procurement © 2015
Manufacturers of process fibre sheeting.
Client: Madison Filter © 2003
The eye is the lens for Jesse Featherstone photography.
Client: JF Photography © 1998
A wide reaching and interwoven woolscape.
Client: Wools of New Zealand © 2000
Clothing company from the underground to the above–ground.
Client: Blank Clothing © 1998
Sound waves and wired type for an audio expert.
Client: JLS Electronics © 2004
Squaring up the pads of an MPC beat machine for a music producer.
Client: Beathedz © 2006
Projecting a logo made sense for a film company, to then capture into a graphic.
Client: Halo Films © 1999
The T drops in on a half–pipe for skate park developer Transition.
Client: Transition Skate Parks © 2003
P is for painted train panels by Puzle.