New Projects by Gutsulyak.Studio, Field Trip, Clear Space, McMillan & Overdrive
17/12/18

Check out recent projects by RGD Members.

 

Yurko Gutsulyak RGD and the team at Gutsulyak.Studio were tasked by Molokja to develop the existing Good Night Milk series and creating a new logotype for the new product.

Good Night Milk - milk taken from cows at night - is notably tastier and according to research, it contains special supplements that improve sleep and reduce anxiety. It was important to keep folklore style and atmosphere of fairy tales. This time, the main character, the fairy cow, stays behind the scenes and only the moon horns decorated with copper bells are visible.

 

 

Alison Garnett RGD and the Field Trip team had a goal to radically update the look of the 2018 programming for Holocaust Education Week, which included the design and launch of a new brand identity.

Holocaust Education Week is the Neuberger’s annual signature program and has been cited by scholars as one of the most comprehensive vehicles for Holocaust education and remembrance in the world. 

 

 

Will Hum RGD and the team at Clear Space rebranded the World Individual Debating & Public Speaking Championships.

Try saying WIDPSC. Exactly. That’s why we renamed the World Individual Debating & Public Speaking Championships to the Worlds, hosted in Canada for the first time. To reflect our heritage, we looked for inspiration from the talking circle, used by Native Americans to learn, listen and respect the views of others.

 

 

Michael Zavacky RGD (McMillan) designed the annual McMillan Christmas/Holiday card for 2018.

Honouring two of Canada’s crown jewels - Ottawa’s Rideau Canal, the longest skating rink in the world and also Joni Mitchell and her epic Christmas song “River.” Letterpress printed by Ian Bristow on a 1953 Heidelberg Windmill, 3 plates (2 inks and a dry impression) on 100% rag cotton paper.

 

 

The Overdrive team (James Wilson RGD) rebranded Orion Travel Insurance over the past year.

Orion Travel Insurance is powered by a CAA company—CAA Club Group. Beyond the logo redesign it has involved building an extensive asset library of illustration and iconography, collateral and advertising, website and full standards including voice. A highly collaborative and visionary client. Design as it should be.