Here we have samples of banner stands, logos, PVC (overpass) banners, 3D letters, window graphics, and other projects we have done. Each one is different – sometimes complicated while other times, brilliantly simple. When we do a logo, we provide something called a Logo Usage Sheet (or logo usage package) as we did for T’s Chips …and more.
A few of our websites are for Preserving Memories Photography, T’s Chips as well as GTFO Radio, CanaDream (maintenance done via Ektron), and of course, our own (just to name a few). Previous to these, we’ve worked on over 500 templated real estate sites in Calgary and area (the mid-2000’s). There have been many more than the ones listed here; however, many of the companies have been sold, shut down or as happens, their sites have changed completely in the 10 years since being originally built.
A blend of contemporary & traditional for a vlog site logo.
Fun Easter window graphics for a Calgary chocolatier. All done in their corporate colours.
Exterior, 3D graphics for a business done in brushed alupanel and stood approximately 4″ away from the surface of the building.
A banner stand for a business who had no idea what was wanted/needed – and loved it.
Ultra-simple logo design package but precisely what the client asked for.
Two different designs for a non-profit’s overpass/exterior banners.
This was a 20′ banner design to be hung on overpasses in Calgary in winter to get folks to come out for the plunge.
This was for an upscale fashion retailer in Calgary as they partnered with one of Calgary’s top restaurants for a month-long Valentines’ campaign.
The owner wanted to uses his existing logo but re-purpose it for his heating business which provided a bit of a challenge. It didn’t take long to come up with using the colour red (instead of blue).
She has beautiful hand-crafted and high-end clothing and wanted her banner stand to reflect the clothing she makes and carries.
This was a massive wall graphic project for a large, Calgary placement firm using the corporate colours. It was 50″ high, 12′ long for the shorter piece and 23′ long for the other piece.
David’s assistant contacted us hours before David was to do a promo for his book tour. She stressed they wanted something different but simple so that’s what they got. The new 32″ x 84″ table runner was printed on banner stand blackout material & hemmed with double-sided tape. It had a beautiful metallic sheen to it.
Another banner stand for a popular, pre-prepared food food product.
Yes they do marvelous food but they also do event decorating and needed to showcase this. We steered them in the direction of simplicity to allow their work to speak for itself.
A relatively simple logo design. They didn’t want red or yellow so we gave them orange.
The client wanted a simple sticker they could print in various sizes and have different uses (at the different size). Sometimes simplicity is the easiest route. Done in Illustrator, it’s fully scalable and will not pixelate as it’s made bigger dependent upon the size. The pink line is what the cutter uses to cut the perfect shape every time.