Trixy Starr x Grateful Dead | digital illustration
A collection of digital illustrations for a collaboration with Trixy Starr, a vibrantly fun LA-based jewelry designer, and the Grateful Dead. Warner Bros., who licences the Grateful Dead artwork, loved the illustrations and approved them for production. The designs have been used for jewelry, pins, and sew-on patches.
Singer Law | logo design
The icon is derived from a symbolic legal icon - the scales of justice - and is combined with the Roman numeral "3", which illustrates three decades of practising law. It also symbolizes the firm's two partners on either side of the firm, which is represented by the tall, middle piece of the logo's icon.
Spark of Sam
Shannon Alexandra McLaughlin designs custom pet portraits and stationery for dog lovers and owners. The products have been featured in magazines, blogs, and TV shows.
Dyslexia Canada | logo design
A logo and website for the organization Dyslexia Canada, a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to a change for children with dyslexia in Canada.
The approach for this project was to construct a logo derived from a classic icon of a page of text. The mark created a sophisticated graphic that formed the foundation of Dyslexia Canada's logo.
Merkley Homes | logo design
The intention was to achieve a sense of home restoration in the design through the use of different wood backgrounds and paint textures.
Gary McLaughlin | website design
Throughout his forty-year freelance illustration career, McLaughlin's artwork has graced the covers of magazines, cereal boxes, romance novels, and newspapers. McLaughlin has painted numerous sports superstars including Wayne Gretzky, Mats Sundin, Bobby Hull, The Fab Four, Bobby Orr, and the legendary Gordie Howe.
Kiki's Cookies | brand identity
A gourmet cookie company that delivers freshly baked cookies right to your door. The project included a brand identity, website design, and food styling.
Graphic icons for a leading Canadian souvenir company in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary. The icons were used to produce magnets and keychains that are currently being sold to retailers and distributors throughout North America. These products can be found in most of Ontario's ONroute Service Centres.
Elle Bruce | logo design
A logo for Canadian photographer Elle Bruce. Elle specializes in the areas of landscape, outdoor life and travel. The two-circle icon is derived from the top view of a camera.