17th July 2011

UNSW – O-Week

O Week is one of the most important dates in the university calendar. It’s the week when new students converge on the university eager to explore and find their niche before they start classes and hit the books. The UNSW published O Week material is instrumental in conveying the where, the what, and the how for that week. War developed an overarching identity for O Week which was rolled out to a brochure, supporting collateral and website

5th July 2011

UNSW – Postgraduate Guide

Since being appointed to work with the Student Recruitment team in 2010, we’ve enjoyed a rare partnership with a fantastic team of energetic and dedicated people. Building on a look and feel we developed for the Undergraduate Guide earlier in the year, our next step was to produce the Postgraduate Guide 2011. The design reflects a modern, sophisticated and progressive campus that provides an environment for learning and enrichment.

CTA Polyblend

Construction Technologies Australia (CTA) is a new force in the technical adhesives market. War worked with CTA to develop a brand architecture and identity across their corporate brand and product ranges. The objective is to reflect the new level of professionalism and technical advancement in their fields of expertise. The end result shows a bold, strong and forward thinking company on the verge of greatly impacting the Australian & New Zealand market place.

3rd April 2011

Sydney Arts

Teaming up with Sydney Opera House, MCA, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Historic Houses Trust, War created an identity for Sydney Arts, a brand that showcases the latest and greatest happenings at key Sydney venues.

14th March 2011

Go tropical

Nothing sings summer like P&N Beverages new coconut flavoured water, Go CoCo. We had a ball imagining ourselves sitting on a tropical beach whilst designing the identity and packaging.

23rd January 2011

I Need Nice Things

I Need Nice Things is a new concept in buying affordable artwork online. We’ve been commissioned to build the brand from the ground up, from naming to identity across all points of contact including print, online and advertising and even including the curation and creation of all the online artwork. And each week we will be launching new product, so watch this space.
www.ineednicethings.com

15th December 2010

University of New South Wales

We were excited when the Student Recruitment team at UNSW appointed us to work on their Undergraduate Guide in 2010. Since then we’ve enjoyed a a rare partnership with a fantastic team of energetic and dedicated people. The identity we developed for the Undergraduate Guide has been rolled out across the faculties and the results has lead to us working on new projects across various divisions of the University.

12th August 2010

P&N Beverages

We’ve been working with P&N Beverages for over 7 years and during that time we’ve been quietly hoping we would get the opportunity to refresh their corporate brand. P&N Beverages have a great story to tell. They’re Australia’s largest privately owned beverage company and Aussie families have been drinking their products for over twenty years. We thought this was compelling stuff and set about developing an identity that brought to life a positioning of ‘by Australian’s for Australian’s’.
The result, a fresh, vibrant, quintessentially Aussie.

20th March 2010

MCB

Construction Technologies Australia (CTA) is a new force in the technical adhesives market. War worked with CTA to develop a brand architecture and identity across their corporate brand and product ranges. The objective is to reflect the new level of professionalism and technical advancement in their fields of expertise. The end result shows a bold, strong and forward thinking company on the verge of greatly impacting the Australian & New Zealand market place.

22nd February 2010

Apple Tree Flat

Allow us to indulge in a little story telling. Once upon a time in a little town called Apple Tree Flat lived a humble winemaker who created a range of quality wines that were affordable enough to enjoy everyday. Our role was to bring this lovely little story to life. And we did, using hand drawn illustrations featuring the people, places and experiences of the winemaker’s home and life on the winery. And they drank happily ever after.