Tank Action is Ottawas first and premier sensory deprivation flotation spa. Located in the trnedy neighbourhood of Westboro, Tank Action required a clean and spacious design to communicate the calming nature of their service, and capture the attention of the young trendy clientele. Colors naturally were chosen to depict the association of clean and fresh water, enclosed in the stroke symbolizing the tank that the clients submerge themselves in. Stepping away from the traditionally 'alternative hippie' connotation associated with sensory deprivation, Tank Action required a logo that modernized the image of the industry for people who are focused on self care, tapping into the culture of self-aware and mindful individuals, as well as athletes who require a recharge in energy and muscle repair.
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Tektol is a human ergonomics specialist company in need of a logo that fit both small business and corporate clients. The word Tektol refers to the combination of social, biological and physical sciences, subtly designed in the 3 overlapping elemnts of the 'O'.
Three Finger Shot Logo Design
Logo design for the band Three Finger Shot, a duo of native Atlantic Canadians, with a contemporary approach to East Coast folk music.
Their logo plays on the number 3, and is reminiscent of the Canadian landscapes, from the green rolling hills of Cape Breton and Newfoundland to the Rockies in the west.
Together with the band, multiple color variations were developed to be used in multiple scenarios, and to be easily adapted to the future album designs.
Code the Solution
Code the sSolution is a small business specializing in web development, maintenance, and support. The logo design communicates clearly the tech-orientated nature of their business using symbols typically seen in code. The business cards were designed with a word cloud of showing the more popular offerings; a design choice to break up the monotony of a bulleted list.