It was an honour designing the 10th year anniversary logo for Arts & Crafts. The ampersand has always played a significant role in the Arts & Crafts brand, so it was fitting to have the symbol be the link between the AC and 10.
The 2014 Juno Award winning commemorative package for the 10 year anniversary came in the form of a hardcover 2 CD book with 24 pages illustrating the story of Arts & Crafts. The vinyl edition was hardcover as well with 4 pieces of clear vinyl.
Kim & Paul
Kim and Paul were looking for French themed wedding invitations which would also capture their mutual interests.
I worked with a team of designers on the packaging for Feist's "Metals". What resulted was a beautiful digipack with foldout poster on uncoated paper. This package was nominated for the 2012 Juno Awards, Recording Package Of The Year.
South By South West 2015
Branding for Arts & Crafts 2015 SXSW showcase. It was a cold and long winter this year so it only made sense to include an igloo.
South By South West 2012
The theme for Arts & Crafts 2012 SXSW campaign was Canada meets Austin, Texas. The grooves in the vinyl are the streets of Austin while the centre label showcases the city's skyline.
Katie & Carlos' Wedding
Katie and Carlos were looking for a wedding set consisting of invitation and reception pieces. A vintage inspired theme was created with playful banners and classical illustrations.
Branding identity and stationary set for Revolution Recording, a beautiful recording studio in the heart of Toronto. My goal was to capture the warmth and timelessness of the space, while maintaining a classic quality.
The Rural Alberta Advantage
Record Store Day 2012
This special edition release was for Record Store Day 2012 which always occurs in the spring. The theme was the transition of seasons.
Custom monogram for a couple with the initials J & L.
This album by Timber Timbre was released in three colours as a special first run edition. It was nominated for the 2012 Juno Awards, Recording Package Of The Year.
Jason wanted to evoke the spirit of an old copy of Interview Magazine, while still maintaining his classic rock 'n roll vibe. This was achieved by pen and ink handwriting and painting over a photocopied picture of Jason.