The end (of the year) is nigh

20 12 2011

2011 is nearly at an end!

It’s been a a bustling and creative past few months of freelancing in the lead up to the end of the year. I’ve enjoyed working with a variety of design and ad agencies, both on-site and remotely, alongside some super-inspirational creatives.

Recent projects keeping me busy include graphic design for brand identities, restaurant interior and exterior signage, menus, brochures, flyers, press ads and wine packaging.

A constant stream of illustration projects have also been coming through, including cartoon illustrations for corporate greeting cards, bucket loads of ad campaign scamps and a hand-painted special anniversary poster – soon to be released.

Many thanks to those agencies I’ve worked with in 2011. I look forward to helping them, and others, creatively kick-start the new year in 2012. Please feel free to drop me a line if I can be of assistance to your studio.

Christmas Cheers,

– Jeremy DV Boyd

Greeting card concept and illustration for Support Staff recruitment agency.
Studio:  Flux Visual Communications


Woodhouse Wetland Trail Launch

26 08 2011

The Woodhouse Wetlands Trail is one of the many signage projects I have been involved with lately at Ecocreative.

The trail was officially launched at a recent on-site event – a great morning out in the drizzle of the Adelaide Hills, with all parties involved coming together to launch the trail and new signage as well as planting a few natives with the help of Greening Australia. Fantastic to see the signs in place blending well with the surrounds and providing trail walkers a little insight into the workings of the wetlands and its fauna and flora.

The project is a collaborative initiative between SA Water, the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board, the Environment Protection Authority and the SA Branch of Scouts Australia. Signage by Ecocreative.


Photos by Luke Simon Photography courtesy of Ecocreative

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