Client: Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) Brief: Change the look and feel of the Australian Nursing Journal (ANJ) to its new brand name, Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal, (ANMJ). Outcome: A solution that incorporated a seasonal colour palette with various feature layouts.
Client: Berry Street Brief: Corporate identity and application for Berry Street. Outcome: Our involvement with Berry Street Victoria began when we created their original logo and collateral. During that time our design and print services incorporated anything from Corporate identity, banners, web design, service brochures, annual appeal material, annual reports, presentations, invitations, newsletters, etc. Many years later when Berry Street Victoria refined [...]
Client: St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne Brief: Victorian Dual Diagnosis Initiative: Education and Training Unit training manual, and The Relationship Between Alcohol & Drugs and Mental Health - A Resource Book for Aboriginal Workers Outcome: Spiral bound manual and 8 page booklet (recently expanded to 12) incorporating the artwork of Joanne Dwyer.
Client: neaminational.org.au Brief: Design of Sustainability and Health Prompt banners, Health Prompt booklet, poster and Dl pamphlet. Outcome: Material for the organisation’s official launch of Health Prompt, an education resource for staff and people needing health support. Photo: Neami National CEO, Arthur Papakotsias and Theo
Although a horrendous topic of chronic pelvic pain that is consuming much of Soula and Theo's lives, it was no surprising creative response that Soula directed OoI to communicate her art and words into a book. Self-expression and the ability to extract it in a creativity form is an incredible catharsis, and in this case has produced an overwhelming artistic [...]
Client: Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) for their Antipodes Annual Periodical Brief: Cathy Alexopoulos, President of the GACL was searching for a Greek female artist that the League could feature in the 2009 Antipodes periodical. Outcome: Not only was Soula happy to accept the opportunity of being included in this creative and most cultural publication, we ended up redesigning the [...]