God's Love Missions is a religious organization in India that promotes its Catholic beliefs through online blogs and teachings. The meaningful logo design represents a fusion of the iconic Catholic cross and the shape of a hearth. The new colour palette features blue, representing the sky and gold, reflecting the rich heritage of the church's. The logo was gold-foil stamped when applied to the organization's extra thick, heavy card-stock business card. Natural, unbleached envelopes feature retro-style, string-looped end closings, which require the interaction of untying. Since the envelope could not be overprinted, a custom rubber stamp was created to stamp the client's address on the face of the envelope and give it a warm, hand-crafted feel.
Styrorail is a Canadian manufacturer specializing in creating unique insulation solutions. Inspired by it's popular product 'Blue Fox', the dimensional new corporate logo is both strategic and dynamic in design. The variation of the logo's blue shades conceptually reflects variations in temperature which the thermal protection of its innovative insulation products influence. The corporate stationery has embossed business cards and custom envelopes, which have the company slogan 'Un monde en expansion' (an expanding world) imprinted on the flap.
Kim & Will recently got married in a beautiful old church in Maidenhead, England in 2013. For the special occasion, they wanted a custom invitation to send their relatives and close friends that would reflect them in a soft, contemporary and fashionable way. I used a tinted semi-transparent vellum envelope that held the distinct RSVP cards, which used mix of modern all-cap and classic typefaces. It created a visually teasing effect when revealed.
For the 51th Annual A.D.A. Golf Tournament, a special invitation was sent to all members of the Association of Food Retailers in Quebec. For this special event, the invitation contained a folded grass-green booklet, sealed with an official-style retro golf emblem, using a silver metallic embossed sticker. Inside, the invitation unfolded to reveal complete tournament information and the official event entry form. It opened up like a big poster. The creative idea was to surprise the viewer as each panel exposed the next one, with a controlled rhythm that made the experience both fun and playful.
A designer’s identity needs to look different. I used the distinct frames of my glasses as both icon and logo to evoke myself. New branding stationery starts with radical splinter-free wooden business cards. Add to this several choices of colours and papers… the result is a harmony that reflects my individuality.
Jacqueline Fleury is a talented seamstress who specializes in creating custom drapery. Using retro-style illustrations of the tools of her trade the identity has a traditional craftsmanship flavour. Custom logo stamp provides classy way to seal envelopes with wax. Pastel colour palette gives a delicate, feminine touch to the brand.
Revive Nations is a worldwide outreach that promote and share their passion for god. The idea was to create a new identity that reflect the desire to the client to consolidate the brand by giving it a more professional and international feel. The logo take form of a unique monogram, that use the low case letter “R” and “N” into the shape of a flag, what better symbol to evoke “nations”. The tip of the letters are inspired by the tip of a flame, which represent the passion that drive Revive Nations for their belief. The stationary use a tone over tone, red metallic foil stamp for the logo over a red background, to give it a really warm look that evoke fire.
Creating corporate visual identities is a passion or mine that continues to flourish. Here is a diverse selection of conceptual logos and logotypes I have created over the years, for a wide spectrum of private sector clients.
Montreal’s creative fashion house creates unique clothing using mostly recycled fabrics. Company logo uses a cursive, hand-written typestyle in a distinct wordmark treatment. Each business card is different since it is printed manually, with a custom stamp, on colourful, recycled heavyweight papers. The result is a visually-playful brand… just like the style-forward, contemporary fashions Pas de Chichi create.
This innovative, interactive wall adds life to the Youville Creative home office. Comprised of more than 2,000 square-shaped magnets, the Wall of Pixels creates instant visual impact. It’s used to communicate information, promote special events, as well as to enhance the vertical space for both staff & visitors.