These 3 inch ornaments were digitally illustrated to create a wreath with all the little things that make the holiday’s, in our area, special while matching the brand of the Town of Stony Plain. I had 250 letter pressed, double sided, on a cotton stock and hung with a grey corded hemp.
“Very pretty!… Got mine – love it!” – Shelby Terese
“Ooh it’s pretty this year!” – Katie Robertson
“Get me one!!” – Dorris Dee
“So beautiful!!!” – Megan Peuramaki
“No way!.. Cool!!!!” – Leah Seidl
A nautical inspired invitation for a birthday party.
“Received the invites today! That was fast! They look awesome! I can’t wait to mail them out! Thanks!”
Listowel, Ontario, Canada
A stacked type quote created for layered rectangular wedding fans.
““I love it!! Thanks so much for doing this for us, especially on such short notice.”
Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
This poster is 8.5 x 11″ and boasts a creative and unique icon, stock photography, and stacked typography.
The client had an outdated poster for reference. This design better represents the company, event, and attracts the viewer with a clean composition.
Identity and business cards for a cleaning contractor.
Baby shower invitations (4″ X 6″ horizontal half fold) featuring icons and alternating colours in a minimalist design.
A minimalist typographic poster (11″ x 17″) featuring illustrated elements created for the Brick’s Staff Appreciation BBQ. Creating the Brick’s flyers required a lot of typographic organizing but this was a chance to use type in a more fun and creative way.
Logos created for a variety of clients. They are the starting point to all good branding and stationary packages.
House of Flags and Banners came to me needing an upgraded and modernized catalogue with consistent branding.
These spreads show examples of typographic, digital product illustrations, and brand consistency.
Below is their previous catalogue (designer unknown) :
A few spreads from a sixteen page veer catalogue. Its purpose; to sell stock images, typography, and illustrations.