This layout was done for the Report on business magazine, and it won a design award in the Graphic Designers of Canada Peak convention awards show.
Knwest’s annuals were a project we looked forward to working on every year for about twelve years. The constraint of using two Pantone colours for each allowed us to get really good at duotones and halftones. It also gave us an opportunity to evolve their identity each year with the quarterlies and annuals.
Canada Place celebrates to all things Canadian, There’s a Canada Arm in it, dedications to the Fathers of Confederation, Canadian Inventions, explorers and more . There were over 15 separate exhibits, I designed the panels under the direction of Rob Ward, project manager. Most exhibits had interactive screens, when you look through the images, there”s even an Artists palate that is touch sensitive.
These are some of our favourite logos, although we’ve designed a bazillion of them, logos still continue to be the most interesting and challenging projects. Logo’s are the first opportunity for your company to make an impression, and they can be an important part of your customer’s recognition of you.
The Bow Habitat station was the largest project we worked on doing the Design. Hundreds of panels of Illustrations, photos and texts wove through the three galleries on two floors. A custom typeface was designed to make the display typography unique to this site, and a colour palette controlled the look and feel throughout the galleries. I learned a ton about fish, the habitat of fish, birds and other animals.