branding, identity design, logo design

Logos are a critical aspect of business marketing and when it comes to business, image is everything. Over the years we have helped so many businesses get started in the right direction by helping them build a strong identity–starting with a logo.

A logo is the most important starting point for any new brand; not only is it a necessity, but a good logo can tell the world who you are, what you stand for and reveal a hint of your company’s personality and culture.
Your logo is often the first snapshot customers will have of your business.
Here are a few of our favourite designs from recent projects.

Social Media Planner

The founder of this educational tool developed the easiest and fastest way to design, discuss and test effective social media strategies within large groups. The logo needed to be modern and colourful, and look familiar to the social media landscape itself. The shape of the logo can be recoloured and repositioned on different collateral for different purposes, in much the same way that social media strategy changes for different teams within an organisation.

Iora Restaurant & Bar

This new identity for this Milton bar and restaurant was inspired by the Iora bird and Middle Eastern cuisine, which the owners lovingly introduced to Brisbane. With traditional design in mind we added our own exotic touch through Arabic influences and a rich colour palette, incorporating a copper foil finish to add just the right flavour to the project.


A chance meeting outside our Swanston Street studio led to us creating a new identity for Megan Greenwood, an award winning designer and the creative heart behind Emgee, a wearable art label based in Melbourne. Megan wanted a logo design that referenced her process with jewellery design while also standing out, the same way her iconic designs do within the industry.

Hope Prahran

This care ministry in the heart of Prahran, Victoria, is an amazing organisation that cares for those who have found themselves in tough living situations. Hope Prahran needed a new logo that would highlight their role as beacon of hope for those in need. As they operate out of one of Melbourne’s beautiful old churches, we wanted to showcase the ties between the historic location and the organisations values and mission so we made it the centrepiece of the finished logo.