CLIENT
JF
PROJECT
Nineteenfiftyseven

Often a t-shirt print is a good way to mark an occasion! In this instance the completed restoration of John Frostell’s 1957 Chevrolet proved to be the impetus for a new design. The collage draws in imagery from the era in general, as well as various graphic markers of the car itself. Coming soon to an ‘Etsy’ near you. :)


CLIENT
DIALOGUE VISUAL COMMUNICATION
PROJECT
Promotional labelling

For many years, proof of existence in the graphic design industry has been the design and production of specialist wine labels for end-of-year gifts. Now mostly gone, possibly into the same realm as the Friday lunch, they were a creative and hospitable way to recognise the collaborative work of clients, suppliers and, indeed, other designers. 


CLIENT
MOMIJI STREET TRADERS
PROJECT
Hospitality destination branding and promotion

Following a number of projects completed for real estate interests in the area, a branding and promotional design for a small retailing precinct in Hirafu Niseko was commissioned to Gallagher Frostell via a traders looking to increase their presence in this resort village. 


CLIENT
JOHN FROSTELL
PROJECT
T-shirt

A unique lesson in telemark skiing with Japanese ‘master’ Yutaka Takanashi would have been lost to the moment without notes and diagrams after the fact – and those in turn might have been similarly lost if not for their transfer to a t-shirt design. Any excuse, really. :) 


CLIENT
ZOOM – ORGANIC JUICES & FOODS
PROJECT
Café launch

Zoom organic juices & foods was an early entrant to Melbourne’s CBD cafe market as a sustainable enterprise. Dialogue was involved with naming and brand identity as well as signage and various collateral for the new King Street address launch. 


CLIENT
DIALOGUE VISUAL COMMUNICATION
PROJECT
Plain merchandise

As a kind of anti-design, the company initiated this concept of graphics replacement to a range of clothing, homeware and stationery sold in Melbourne’s Aero Plus stores. The design originated from an enquiry as to why human identity is bound by expressions of association with brands and icons.