After months of working through a full revamp of the House and Pet Sitters logo and marketing collateral ... we are thrilled to be launching the rebranded and redesigned responsive website.
Let us know what you think ... !
We're getting a little excited as we are only days away from launching the brand new House and Pet Sitters website sporting the new branding and photography ...
WATCH THIS SPACE !
Samples of the new Outback Initiatives business cards featuring the new Outback Initiatives logo!
Watch this space as we reveal more of the brand collateral ...
Exciting things starting to happen at House and Pet Sitters ...
Phase 2 coming soon !
Its always a delight to help someone reinvent their business, to help them evolve beyond their journey to date ... and theres no better place to start, then with some of the fundamentals.
Something like the photo-library has a huge impact on the transformation.
Here's a little sneak-peek from this week's photo-shoot art-directed by Aneta Wnek for the lovely Salome Schillack as part of her rebrand .. watch this space to see more of the pix !
Thought I'd share a little of the magic behind-the-scenes from today's site visit checking on the progress of the ChemCentre Car Graphics transforming from design-concept to reality …
Really testing the boys with the pattern but its looking awesome !
We're thrilled for AW Studio to get a mention in the Perth College newsletter .. and even more fun to see some of the "beaming faces' of the real nymphs from the mural up next to their giant selves ...
"Feature wall is the final touch
An artwork on a grand scale has added the finishing touch to the transformation of the School swimming pool. Incorporating the theme of a fantasy underwater world, a 23m mural features the faces and illustrations of several girls in Years 4 and 9.
During the first stage of the project, students in the Year 9 Art class took underwater photographs of themselves and illustrated a series of castles. The Art department then commissioned local Graphic Designer, Aneta Wnek, to blend the drawings and images and finalise the mural. “A fantasy underwater world was created by introducing a dynamic, hand-drawn illustration suggesting elaborate seaweed, with just hints of some scales of a gigantic underwater creature,” Ms Wnek said.
“Being positioned in sight of the Art department, I also thought it would be nice to introduce the texture of giant paint strokes which would blend into the textures of the water, adding another surreal element to this fantasy world of the playful nymphs.
“The result is a feature wall that picks up on the colours of the surroundings—it seems to be rising out of the pool with a kaleidoscope of activity. “The mural is designed to stir the imagination but is also about friendships and fun.”
It is always fun seeing design transform from a bit of artwork to full-scale ...
It's not often a project like this one comes along where Design and Art worlds get to collide on quite such a 'grand scale' – 23 metres of it !
Not only was this an opportunity to inject a little stimulation for the imaginations of the students of Perth College, but a really lovely highlight of the story behind the mural, is that it emerged from a collaboration with the Year 9 art class, who initially provided inspiration through some of their own work which was incorporated into the final artwork.