Avenue Skin Care, a non-invasive skin care clinic in the heart of Yorkville required a new logo and interior design for its Cumberland Street opening. The Victorian damask pattern crest symbolizes new skin growth and seamlessly blends with the interior design. The logo represents a feeling of replenishment, blossoming and rejuvenation.
Leah M. Bukhari RGD
Design + Consulting
December 12, 2005
Other CapabilitiesBranding, Corporate Communications, Digital Marketing, Packaging, Print Promotion, Signage/Wayfinding, Web
Client SpecialtyArts & Culture, Entertainment, Food, Healthcare, Non-profit, Professional Services, Retail
Interested in FreelanceYes
Company descriptionLeah M. Bukhari is a Toronto-based Award-Winning Registered Graphic Designer with over 17 years experience working as a creative thinker, manager and production artist for many top Canadian and U.S. companies and brands. Specializing in Print and Digital design she continues to create impactful branding, marketing communications, advertising and display materials for the Fashion, Beauty, Retail, Restaurant, Health and Lifestyle industries.
Leah offers full-service design and consulting on both a project and outsourcing basis. Her high-profile design work has included the rebranding, custom interior graphics and typographic CNC cut wall lettering for Dimmi Bar & Trattoria, and the branding of Avenue Skin Care, both located in Toronto’s luxe Yorkville neighborhood. Her artwork for Buonanotte restaurant on Mercer Street features Leah’s beautifully designed large format custom photographic wallpaper within its interiors. On an outsourcing basis, she has been repeatedly hired to manage and contribute to projects at acclaimed design and retail organizations such as Oxygen Design Agency, Publicis, Red Lion Labs and Shoppers Drug Mart.
Leah is very community-minded and throughout her career has done work with various not-for-profit organizations including United Way, Plan Canada and Look Good Feel Better.
She is an honours graduate of Centennial College, George Brown College and Toronto Image Works, and was recognized with Applied Arts Magazine’s Logo Application Design Award.
Why am I an RGD?I am very proud to be part of an association that promotes and protects our graphic design profession. RGD’s commitment to quality and competence is key to ensuring the continuation of great work and the implementation of best practices throughout the industry.