Ateljé Altmann
Luke Robertson:

A symbol to rally around designed by Ateljé Altmann promoting people stay home and support the health care system during the COVID-19 pandemic.

G’ ay Mate
Interbrand Australia
Luke Robertson:

A brilliant take on a very Aussie colloquialism for a campaign for marriage equality in Australia. Best of all, Australia voted yes. See the full case study on Interbrand.

The Boring Company
Luke Robertson:

The perfect name for a boring company. Playful, simple and memorable.

Centre of Democracy
Luke Robertson:

A bold identity by Arketype for the recently opened Centre of Democracy gallery in South Australia.

‘South Australians can claim and celebrate a number of significant democratic milestones. These include the radically democratic Constitution of 1856, which gave all men, including Aboriginal men, the right to vote – by secret ballot. In 1894, South Australian women were the first in the world to be able to stand for parliament.’

12 Hands of Miles Davis and his Trumpet
New York, 1986
Luke Robertson:

Avoiding the obvious, Irving Penn took this wonderful portrait of Miles Davis and his trumpet in 1986. The result has a rhythm of its own. In celebration of Irving Penn: Centennial at the Met Fifth Avenue, from April 24 – July 30, 2017.

The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire
Luke Robertson:

A wonderful find from Danny Dutch. 7 books make up the series on the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.

Chef’s Hat
We Are Tom
Luke Robertson:

A simple twist creates a memorable identity by We Are Tom for Chef’s Hat in Melbourne. A shop specialising in gear for chefs.

Luke Robertson:

This graphic observation from Metahaven captures the popular reaction to the 2016 US presidential election. And in 140 characters or less.

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