From a report on hunger to an identity for a photography, see what RGD Members have been working on!
This report on food bank usage across the country highlights the surprising levels of need and presents recommendations for change. The design centres around the notion of a fridge and the many angles this object offered for telling the story. For more, click here.
Claire Dawson RGD, Fidel Pena RGD and the team at Underline Studio created a new identity for Daniel Ehrenworth Photography.
Daniel Ehrenworth is a Toronto-based commercial photographer with a vibrant and colourful style and a personality to match. He came to Underline wanting a bold identity reminiscent of 1970s film titles and The Muppet Show. Underline reworked these influences to create a contemporary identity and colour palette that parallel Dan’s style of photography and playful, exuberant personality. For more, click here.
Vanessa Eckstein RGD and her team at Blok Design designed and curated the content for Lucha: A Tribute, a collaboration with editor Paola Gonzalez and celebrated fashion photographer Andreas Neumann.
At four kilos, Lucha: A Tribute is the biggest book Blok team has ever produced. It provides a truly unique perspective to the world of the luchador, capturing the myth, the magic and the deep humanity of people who believe that lucha libre is their destiny. For more, click here.
Melissa Deschenes RGD, Meggan Michaud RGD, Jennifer Taback RGD and their team at Design de Plume worked with the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit to create a guidebook for staying active during the winter months, aimed toward First Nations communities.
Design de Plume worked to create a guide that would inspire Aboriginal youth to stay active and eat healthy during winter. Custom illustrations and a playful layout make the book fun to read, while providing important information. For more, click here.
Wendy Gray RGD and her team at Gravity designed promotional materials for the Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP) for the Ontario Government.
The new Ontario Electricity Support Program, which appeared online, in transit, newspaper, radio and digital medias, involved 17 languages and AODA compliance for every piece. The challenge was reaching the lower–income target audience in an empathetic and accessible way. Within the first 12 days after the launch, 16,000 calls were received with 111,000 unique site visits. For more, click here.
Nico Taus RGD and his team at Studio 123 designed new branding for NEO Kids Foundation.
Studio123 was responsible for the identity design, a responsive website and a series of promotional materials to support the identity launch. The Foundation raises funds for children’s services, equipment and research at Health Sciences North. For more, click here.
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