Chain of Ponds
The signage created for Chain of Ponds Cellar Door elaborates on the stories that are showcased on the wine labels. Get up close and personal with the characters that formed the hamlet, be enchanted by unusual tales of it’s people and learn of the sad demise of it’s buildings.
'Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.' Floor to ceiling graphics that create interest at one end of the office.
Stephen Ter Horst Chocolatier
Signage created for a chocolate artist, reflecting the fine details and passion that goes into each handmade confectionery.
Murray Bridge Council
Information bays that are located at various entry points around Murray Bridge.
Zak - Grooming for men signage
After successfully releasing a range of mens hair care products, ZAC launched their first concept store ‘grooming for men’. Referencing the tag system we designed to differentiate the hair care range, exterior and interior signage and a wall feature were created to build upon and strengthen this unique identity.
Seymour College Centre for Performing Arts signage
Signage for the new Seymour College Centre for Performing Arts was designed specifically to work in harmony with the building architecture. Black Squid worked closely with the architects to ensure the overall vision was maintained.
The vertical exterior sign continues on the underside of the entry as a 3 dimensional, brushed stainless steel typography feature that leads you into the building foyer. The interior signage, featuring brushed aluminium fixed to orange Perspex, was designed to hang from bulkheads and wrap around corners to compliment the building structure whilst still maintaining clear a wayfinding system.
As the Centre for Performing Arts was constructed with major funds coming from donors, recognition of this was incorporated into the signage system through room naming and a feature donor board in the foyer.
Women's & Children's Hospital Foundation
Fun and friendly graphics for the MRI scanner in the Women's & Children's Hospital, to make the machine look a lot less daunting.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Internal corporate lounge signage constructed using printed Perspex and aluminium sheets with die-cut holes, then backlit.
Based at the Adelaide Produce Market, wildsalad needed a visual identity that stood out from the rest. The project included naming, logo design, and overall brand identity encompassing stationery, employee uniforms, shop-front signage and forklift vehicle wrap. It's a little bit crazy; a little bit wild.
Internal wall graphics for a commercial real estate firm, Thompson May - ‘definitely different’