Kremyr Chassis Works specializes in fabricating AC Cobras and other one-of-a-kind vehicles including the Daytona Coupe and others.
This logo was for a product that lets you get through toll booths unscathed. I felt the bouncing ball style logo suited.
This poster comes with Aloyd's vibration machine for hangin. In your weight room. We went with colour coding in an easy to read format for your routine.
We went for a fluid width site to announce sales, news and community work. Very simple on the front with all the bells and whistles in the back.
More from the poster campaign for Pizza Zone. These are in print and on the flat screens.
The concept was for a stock and investment blog that focuses on media and video content.
This was one of those happy accidents with a boring logomark being victim to the warp tool. It worked!
We went with a tranquil, muted look through photography. To edge out competition an AdWords campaign was included.
The client had a clear vision of the logo before we started. A shield crest and a griffin was a given. After multiple iterations we went with this badass design.
This site had 4 predecessors, nothing clicked. We wanted a catalogue that could be updated in-house.
Promotional poster done as a favour to a friend. I like the gold effect on the lettering.
Logo done for Sapphire Day Spa using eastern influence to match the decor with a lotus as the focul point.
Simple was key, this isn't a typical site, it's a hub for industrial spec sheets as the customers are constantly in need for certain models and specs.
Logo for the consulting company Incisive Services Group. The company consists of three core people and we wanted the logo to reflect that.
A series of menu boards for the concessions of the Q Centre. working with Coca-Cola is great because of the brand standards and crisp photography they provide.
Matching the brand I developed – this is one of a series of posters that hang Pizza Zone parlours.
Signage done for the ballpark and 7-Eleven stores in and around town.
The product is so playful, we needed a logo to match like socks. From the first draft we knew we had a winner.
Bright and cheery was the game plan for the Burger & Beer special. Went for white so the corporate colours and sharp imagery come through.