2015 | Sydney
Fashion with ethics.
KITX was created out of founder Kit Willow’s passion for creativity and her compassion for nature. This harmony between high quality fashion and ethically sourced materials is at the heart of the KITX brand and the merging of values informs every aspect, from the brandmark and signage through to interior design elements.
2009 | Melbourne
In 2009 After Dark was opened as a place for after-show drinks and gatherings during the State of Design Conference. Located in a vast communal space at Aesop's Head Office in Fitzroy, March Studio's response was to transform it by creating a more intimate space. To achieve this they used a designer's staple tool - yellow trace paper. They spooled roll after roll across the room to bring in the ceiling and walls and create a more subdued, late-night vibe.
Our graphic treatment was dark, blurry and vaporous, in contrast to the muffled brightness of the nocturnal space.
With sponsorship from Absolut Vodka, we had the opportunity to play with lots of the iconic booze bottles. Each one became a terrarium, complete with bespoke labelling and displayed on lightboxes at the event.
Right Angle Studio
CBD Contracting Pty Ltd
Retail | Melbourne
2013 | Melbourne
For discerning men of all ages.
A rare store concept developed by a couple of equally rare gentlemen, Epatant presents a polished selection of items for men. Some for everyday, others for special occasions, the key selection criteria is quality and utility.
Key to the graphic solution was bringing to life the fundamental qualities of the brand - timeless quality for men of all ages, no matter what the item may be. The retro inspiration of the graphic design and illustrations brings a sense of history as well as humour to collateral, in-store and digital channels.
Attention to all details, and love to all objects, that will help men retool their lives.
We used humour and generational differences as inspiration.
The website design contrasts clear, clean space for product display with impactful graphics and illustrations.
A series of postcards celebrates the many ages of man.
2010 | Brisbane
Design Thinking in Action.
The Queensland government sponsored event Unlimited: Designing for the Asia Pacific was held in Brisbane in 2010.
The main exhibition, Make Change: Design Thinking, was curated by Fleur Watson and we participated by creating the event identity and graphic design.
The exhibition focused on 12 design solution case studies from around the Asia Pacific region.
Designing the movement of visitors through the exhibition was a key consideration. Following on from the interlinking theme of the exhibition, visitors could experience keyhole glimpses of following projects, leading them through the display.
Queensland State Government
2016 | Melbourne
Seek. Find. Spoil.
Our work for chocolate brand Koko Black's 2017 Easter range brought a fresh take to the traditional 'bunny and egg' creative so prominent at this time of year.
We introduced vibrant colour palettes and new design languages across all product categories.
Research of ambiance and atmosphere for the young audience range created some very interesting results.
2017 | Instagram
The art is in the start.
Conceived as an Instagram project, Hooklines delivers regular micro-doses of prose by publishing the first line of our favourite books and songs. This self-initiated project scratches our literary itch, and as this project has progressed we have been astounded by the depth of meaning that can be found in the opening lines of works.
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2015 | Melbourne
Our North Melbourne office is a sprawling industrial building, so to liven up the space we designed murals for the interior, which are now affectionately known as the Office Bots. The Office Bots and surrounding murals were all expertly hand painted by our go-to signage master Martin Boyle, and they stand proudly over us as we work.