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“I employed Dennis to design the cover of my latest novel. Loved the resulting cover and got him to design business cards, a pull-up free-standing banner and then redesign my website too! Highly recommended!” Carole Brungar, author


  • Klasse Lighting logo
  • Yellow Knife web site home page
  • Yellow Knife web site equipment page
  • Harvest Cafe menu
  • The Nam Legacy book cover
  • The Jazz Groove identifier
  • The Rusty Cup sign illustration
Lighting manufacturer's logo

Brief:


The manufacturers wanted a logo to identify their range of lighting products. The logo had to be simple, distinctive, elegant, recogniseable at extremes of scale, and have no more than 2-colours.
Tourism venture home page

Brief:


This Canadian company wanted a web site to promote the services they provide to facilitate self-guided touring in the Pacific North-West.
Tourism venture equipment hire page

Brief:


This Canadian company wanted a web site to promote the services they provide to facilitate self-guided touring in the Pacific North-West.
Cafe menu

Brief:


Harvest Café's menu was required to be visually appealing, easy to read and navigate, and reflect their focus on grain products and fine coffee.
The Nam Legacy book cover

Brief:


The author wanted a cover which indicated the novel's storyline. It needed to stand out on bookshelves, and be adaptable for use on other merchandise and stationery.
The Jazz Groove identifier

Brief:


An internet radio broadcaster needed an identifier for their station 'The Jazz Groove'. The identifier had to feel cool, relaxed, sophisticated and, of course, 'jazzy'. It had to be scalable and of no more than 4 spot-colours.
The Rusty Cup sign

Brief:


An illustration was needed of a sign for a tavern called 'The Rusty Cup', which will be appearing in an upcoming YA fantasy novel.
The tavern is located in an old town known as Port George. The building, and those surrounding it, are weathered and full of character. Things like leaded panes, wooden beams, lanterns, and an overall weathered and nautical feel. The cup could have also have been a flagon/tankard and had to feature, but it didn't have to be the only element...there could have been other nautical-themed items to influence the design. This illustration was also to be used for print/merchandise products (such as postcards, coasters, totes, tees, bags).


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