Kylie of Makeup Style Melbourne asked Pixelfire to create a sleek new website for her business that provides information on her makeup services. In the end Pixelfire not only designed the website but helped Kylie with the written content too so the site was optimised correctly for Google.
When working as a freelance graphic designer for BSkyB in the UK Neil was asked to produce an illustrative newspaper advert that indicated Kate Moss had been taking cocaine. The finshed piece of graphic design was clever and effective.
LAN Technology are a progressive IT company that wanted a friendly modern logo design to represent their services and values. A rounded typeface gives a friendly appearance while the blue and green colours are traditionally used in corporate business. Overall the finished logo design and stationery is professional yet corporate.
Pixelfire were asked by St Kilda conveyancing company Anchor to use our graphic design skills and create a unique logo design and complimentary stationery design. The end result was a stylish logo with a classic looking letterhead, compliment slip and business card design.
Pixelfire were asked to design a new basketball kit for the Frankston Blues Basketball Team. Unfortunately the design was never used but we were please with the dynamic design. The design is still available to Frankston Blue's Basketball Team for free should they change their minds and want to use the design for their kit. Let's hope they do!
While working in the UK as a freelance graphic designer Neil was commisioned by childrens toys and stationery company Lucy Locket to assist with the packaging graphic design work to be used to sell Lucy Locket make up under the Disney license. As you can see the packaging was for Disney's Tickerbell character and the finished artwork looked impressive.
While working in London at the design agency Complete Neil was asked to create a restaurant logo design and a brochure design for The Angel Restaurant. The logo concept was based on an angel serving devine food while the brochure conveyed style and elegance by use of rich colours coupled with a minimal design layout.
While working as a graphic designer for the Manchester design agency Dinosaur, Neil was asked to work with an existing design concept to artwork various brochures designs and newspaper advertisements for their client 'The Co-operative'. Design work involved various graphic design layouts, photoshop retouching and cutting out of products as well as artworking the final brochure ready for the printers.
While working as a freelance graphic designer in the UK, Neil was commisioned by the marketing company Prodo to design a shop floor promotion stand, associated poster graphics and brochure design for the company txtlocal. The display stand was to be eye catching and the information graphics easy to understand.
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