Sometimes the traditional art of illustration is a great tool to promote an event or product, or to enhance a document or story.

We are excited to offer as part of our collective here at Graphiti Design Studio, a skilled illustration dynamic duo, who can work in a variety of styles – be it funky and modern, retro and quirky, or technical and hand-drawn.

Client:

Robin Osborne - author/journalist

Brief:

To illustrate a 24 page book on the story of the reconstruction of the Big Prawn in Ballina NSW

Client:

Caddies Tea and Coffee

Brief:

To identify place of origin with 2 colour stickers to be placed on bags of a large range of coffees supplied from around the world.

Client:

Our Kids

Brief:

To create a logo that represents the children who receive care from the Children’s Ward at the Lismore Base Hospital.

Client:

NSW DPI

Brief:

To produce a brochure showing the rules and procedures for transporting cattle across borders. A similar brochure had been produced for horses.

Client:

Lismore City Council

Brief:

Image 1: To illustrate the proposed beautification and public recreational use of a park near Lismore Shopping Square. How the concrete drain would look transformed into a natural waterway with rocks, vegetation and weirs.

Image 2 top: To educate the public on how not to pollute the water ways with bad practices around the streets and homes.
Image 2 bottom left: Designing the logo and brochure for caring for Tucki Creek.

Client:

GP Speak

Brief:

Cartoons to go with health articles discussing obesity.

Client:

Queensland Music Festival

Brief:

To create a ‘mascot’ for the festival program. A cheeky Blue Dog was conceived who goes searching for musical note ‘bones’. The festival presented a wide range of musical events, including some way out west in Queensland. The Dog goes sniffing around all the activities, bringing an Aussie Larrikin grin with him where ever he goes.

Client:

Australian Macadamia Society

Brief:

Australian Macadamia Society asked us to create a character used as a fun tool to educate school kids about the macadamia industry. We illustrated “Mac the Nut” and he features in factsheets and colour-in sheets.

Client:

QLD Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

Brief:

To create an illustration of a ‘kuril’ or water rat, native to Brisbane’s South Bank, to promote the precinct’s art gallery, museum, library and performing arts centre during the Brisbane Festival.

 

Sometimes the traditional art of illustration is a great tool to promote an event or product, or to enhance a document or story.

We are excited to offer as part of our collective here at Graphiti Design Studio, a skilled illustration dynamic duo, who can work in a variety of styles – be it funky and modern, retro and quirky, or technical and hand-drawn.

Client:

Robin Osborne - author/journalist

Brief:

To illustrate a 24 page book on the story of the reconstruction of the Big Prawn in Ballina NSW

Client:

Caddies Tea and Coffee

Brief:

To identify place of origin with 2 colour stickers to be placed on bags of a large range of coffees supplied from around the world.

Client:

Our Kids

Brief:

To create a logo that represents the children who receive care from the Children’s Ward at the Lismore Base Hospital.

Client:

NSW DPI

Brief:

To produce a brochure showing the rules and procedures for transporting cattle across borders. A similar brochure had been produced for horses.

Client:

Lismore City Council

Brief:

Image 1: To illustrate the proposed beautification and public recreational use of a park near Lismore Shopping Square. How the concrete drain would look transformed into a natural waterway with rocks, vegetation and weirs.

Image 2 top: To educate the public on how not to pollute the water ways with bad practices around the streets and homes.
Image 2 bottom left: Designing the logo and brochure for caring for Tucki Creek.

Client:

GP Speak

Brief:

Cartoons to go with health articles discussing obesity.

Client:

Queensland Music Festival

Brief:

To create a ‘mascot’ for the festival program. A cheeky Blue Dog was conceived who goes searching for musical note ‘bones’. The festival presented a wide range of musical events, including some way out west in Queensland. The Dog goes sniffing around all the activities, bringing an Aussie Larrikin grin with him where ever he goes.

Client:

Australian Macadamia Society

Brief:

Australian Macadamia Society asked us to create a character used as a fun tool to educate school kids about the macadamia industry. We illustrated “Mac the Nut” and he features in factsheets and colour-in sheets.

Client:

QLD Performing Arts Centre (QPAC)

Brief:

To create an illustration of a ‘kuril’ or water rat, native to Brisbane’s South Bank, to promote the precinct’s art gallery, museum, library and performing arts centre during the Brisbane Festival.