They do a LOT of direct, permission based email marketing here at the Campus Bookstore at Queen’s University. As a result I need to pump out a lot of email newsletter designs. Here is all the design’s I’ve done so far. I want to be as forthcoming as possible so I am not weeding through them for the best of them. This is all of them in various stages of completion. (Some have not been sent out and therefore do not have products in them yet.)
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This is an old Ryan/Smith job that went through a lot of rounds of edits. The inside was actually black (the background of the photo) and it, surprisingly, survived the injection of colour. This one was actually approved and printed. Yay for me. 🙂
Here is a concept done for Environment Canada. It was not selected. None were selected in fact. This is an example of wasteful government spending. I got to create a nice logo out of it anyway.
This is a good example of why I love Bickham Script. Look at the alternate character that was used for the l. Bickham is my favorite script font.
I designed this logo in the spring of 2009. I may be redoing their website. *fingers crossed*
This is a concept I did for Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission’s 25th Anniversary Annual Report under the art direction of Charlie Smith, Art Director/Owner.
This is one of my absolute favourite designs. The concept was a timeline with 25 years of accomplishments, events, and successes starting with WHMIS. The flowing water symbolizes constant movement forward into the future. I also like how the 4/4 cover switches to a 2 colour interior. This concept was never chosen. Bits and pieces of it were merged with bits and pieces of other competing concepts. Clients will be clients.