We were lucky enough to work with Yokohama USA on another batch of awards at the end of last year. We’ve incorporated a strong mechanical presence into these awards as well as keeping a sleek overall look.
We have used clear acrylics to create a 3D design effect of the track map; the clear acrylics create an almost holographic look. The strong red and black colours dominant the award and tie directly back into the brand. We have used a black timber effect that allows the stark white track titles to ‘pop’. The award is finished off with stainless steel bolts and a silver mirror acrylic to mimic a chrome effect to bring an mechanical feel to the award.
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This special project was brought to us by the team over at Gilimbaa. It was created to be a part of a unique charity art exhibition and auction, with all proceeds going to Youngcare. Titled ‘CEX’, the project challenged members of Brisbane advertising’s community to transform an ordinary bowling pin into a work of art.
Gilimbaa is a full service creative agency specialising in strategic and connected communication. Gilimbaa means ‘today’ in the language of the Wakka Wakka people of Central Queensland. Gilimbaa is an organisation that believes in the; education, preservation and celebration of Indigenous culture and communities.
Some artworks just work perfectly when laser etched, and the guys over at Botero Coffee Roasters have just one of those logos that looks great when imaged on to a nice timber.
The Botero family began in 2003 with Clarence Valley local Danny Young. A man with an eye for detail, a keen palate, and big ideas.
Together, with the help of his partner Jilly, they created what we now know as Botero. Today, they are still located in the Clarence Valley, collaborating & creating with a strong team of likeminded & passionate people to deliver the highest quality coffee and tea to their customers.
These outdoor signs will surely catch peoples eyes!
These custom buckram wrapped hand over packs were created for the new owners of the beautiful units down at The Jefferson at Palm Beach. The design was to compliment the beach house aesthetics and think they look great. We incorporated Spot UV direct to the fabric with laser cut trays to fit custom booklets to fit inside and even included a laser etched USB with the Jefferson brand.
Our ability to work with lasers means we can do things with finer details. These natural hardwood timber business cards made from east coast blackbutt look great and match the aesthetic of the team over at Spirit Build.
These are the custom awards created for the team over at Yokohama for the The Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA. The Porsche Cup Challenge is a one-make racing series based in North America using Porsche 911 GT3s. It boasts the position as one of the largest of Porsche’s 20 single-make Cup Challenge series in the world. The series produces intense, exciting competition for semi-professional and aspiring professional drivers in the world’s most produced and iconic race car, the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. Racing is divided into two classes – Platinum Cup, featuring the 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car, which is based on the eighth (current) generation of the street car, and Gold Cup, featuring the 2014–2016 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car, which is based on the seventh generation of the street car.
We love creating new and creative projects for clients. We also love when they love them so much that they come back for more! Here is the latest set of awards we created for the guys over at the WSL for this years Quicksilver and Boost Pro surfing competitions. The Quiksilver Pro is an event on the World Surf League. The event is held every year at Coolangatta in Queensland, Australia. Brazilian native Italo Ferreira took out the win for the mens comp and Caroline Marks took out the win in the womens (Boost Pro) comp.
We worked with our friends over at Nautique on these special awards for their 60th Annual Water Ski and Wakeboard Tournament. The Masters is known throughout the world as the most prestigious watersports tournament. The event began in 1959 at Callaway Gardens (Georgia, USA) and is held annually. An invitation to compete in the Masters is universally considered an honour and an acknowledgement of achievement for reaching the pinnacle in a given watersports discipline – only the world’s most elite athletes compete at the Masters. So we were more than happy to create something for such a prestigious event. We used custom cut solid timber, combined with solid metals (creating our gold, silver and bronze), UV printed acrylic and laser etched details, these will surely live in pride of place on the mantelpiece.
To those that participated in the GC Marathon, our hats are off to you! We hope your legs have recovered by now and also hope that the recipients of these awards have found a special place in their home to commemorate their efforts on the day.
Some people go all out for their mates! These custom joinery gift boxes for a fishing trip look great. Using solid Tasmanian oak with UV printed elements to add that personalised touch.
Campbelltown City Council have become a great client of ours that we have worked with multiple times over the years and this year we were very happy to be making their Australia Day Awards for 2019.
Inspired by some of our encapsulated awards, our designers came up with a unique look for the trophies showing a mixture of encased timbers and exposed edges. The base has cut throughs to show coloured acrylics coming through and is finished with our signature laser etching.
Does your company have an upcoming event that recognises outstanding workers? Contact us today to see how we can make something custom just for you!