Siminovitch Prize

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Founded by Elinore and Lou Siminovitch, the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre recognizes an individual in Canadian theatre that has made a considerable contribution to their craft in the past ten years.

Migao Brochures

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As a growing Chinese fertilizer company, Migao wanted list on North American stock exchanges. Publication materials are designed to appeal to a western audience and keep elements from its original visual style.

Clemson Eye Brand Identity

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Located in Clemson, South Carolina, the Clemson ophthalmology clinic wanted an identity that was not typical of other ophthalmology and optometrist clinics. The simplicity of the circle of the C with the E represents the precision of Clemson’s work with … Continue reading

Larisa Renée Packaging

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As an independent singer-songwriter, Larisa Renée wanted to create a visual style that reflected not only her music but also her personality.

Yogalicious Website

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The Yogalicious website provides extra information about health and nutrition, as well as recipes developed by chefs for Yogalicious.

Painted Lady Gallery Brand Identity

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Located near the McMichael Gallery in Ontario, the Painted Lady Gallery features the work of artists in the area and promotes their abilities by providing space for public art classes.

ProArteDanza Posters

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Once a year, ProArteDanza produces a show that features the latest choreographed works by the artistic director, Roberto Campanella. The accompanying posters reflect the tone of the year’s work.

Zacoro Metals Website

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Zacoro Metals is an exploration company based in Toronto, Canada. Much of their work centers around undiscovered orebodies. For their website, Zacoro Metals wanted to generate interest and excitement through their website about their comprehensive surveys of a potentially large … Continue reading

Somewhereness Website

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Somewhereness is a termed used by Matt Kramer, writer for Wine Spectator, as a way of describing the French term, terroir. The six leading Ontario wineries, Charles Baker, Flat Rock, Malivoire, Norman Hardie, Stratus, and Tawse, use the term to … Continue reading