Sign & Billboard Graphic Design for Government.

Australian Masters Games

16th Games in Burnie, Tasmania

We were delighted to celebrate the opening of the 2017 Australian Masters Games in Devonport, and doubly-excited to see the signage we designed for the event. 

This included ‘teardrop’ flags, pop up a-frames, stadium/fencing signage and of course the ‘winners’ archway. I’ve always wanted to run through one of these! 

It was a wonderful opportunity to work with Unisport in Burnie to create the AMG signage, and we wish all competitors the very best of luck for the 2017 games.


TasTafe Student Kiosk

TasTAFE Devonport Campus

We had the privilege of being involved in an initiative with TasTAFE for their Devonport campus. Trialling a new tool for students; a student kiosk was being created and needed signage.

Our brief was to create an inspiring design to cover the perspex walls of the kiosk, in 1-way film. The kiosks are for students to access a range of online services, with the help of the client services staff at TasTAFE. Services available include course information, student enrolment and registration of their Unique Student Identifier (USI).

We created a lively combination of line drawings depicting students in different disciplines on a vibrant gradient background. The pilot program launch was filled with positive feedback and our energetic designs were deemed uplifting and motivational.

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Client Services  |  TasTAFE

Goldie Street Mural Wall

Waratah Wynyard Council

  • Client

  • Waratah Wynyard Council
  • Goldie Street Mural Wall
  • North West Tasmania
  • Project

  • Signage

As part of their strategy to beautify the township of Wynyard, the Waratah Wynyard Council commissioned Jen Evans and Jenny Archer (from Jen Evans Design and Consulting) to revitalise the Goldie Street Mural Wall in Wynyard.

Working closely with Jen and Jenny, our brief was to design a range of large prints incorporating beautiful modern day imagery, blended with historic photographs that showcased the region's transition over time. In total, we created 14 full-colour large format printed panels.

The reaction from Council, media and local residents have been hugely positive, the mural creating an impressive cascade of snapshots of life in the area throughout the decades.


Tarkine Drive interpretive signage

Creating the Tarkine visitor experience

Cradle Coast Authority is a joint authority created by the nine councils of North West Tasmania to facilitate the sustainable development of the region, resolve regional issues and coordinate regional-scale activity.

The authority’s Tourism Executive introduced a development strategy to promote and develop the Tarkine area, that is the area between the Arthur and Pieman Rivers, the Murchison Highway and the Southern Ocean, commencing with the development of visitor sites and experiences along the Tarkine Forest Drive.

Working closely with Jen Evans and Jenny Archer from Jen Evans Design and Consulting, our brief was to design a range of exterior signage for the Tarkine Drive, to advertise the location and to enhance visitor experience of this pristine area. The signs showcase local photographers by using full width photographic backgrounds. In total we created 37 signs including roadside and site specific interpretive signage.



Agfest 2015

TasTAFE have some widespread courses available in many industries, including primary industries. Agfest 2015 was the perfect environment to speak with those interested and with an Autumn-coloured theme it was a vibrant display of colour.

Our scope was to design the many brochures, pull up banner signage, stickers, press ads and more, to attract students and provide them with detailed information about the courses at TasTAFE. And with a good response over the three days at Agfest, our client was delighted with the result.


Support, information and services

  • Client

  • Cradle Coast Authority
  • SignPost
  • North West Tasmania
  • Project

  • Signage

SignPost North West Tasmania is a practical and supportive resource for people with questions about their sexual orientation or gender identity and for LGBTI individuals, their families and friends.

Our brief was to apply our established corporate identity to bus backs, to advertise the SignPost website in a community-friendly and non-threatening manner.

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