KOMO 3 is hairdressing with a difference - balancing natural and healthy hair with a love for fashion and art. The ladies from KOMO 3 approached Wildeye to create a logo, visual identity and website.
Graphic design for print.
Flawless Hair & Makeup is a longstanding client with extensive experience as makeup artists and hair stylists in the bridal and fashion industry.
GIGIs BnB is nestled in the heart of the Dandenongs, offering luxury accommodation in the beautiful mountain village of Sassafras. Georgie contacted Wildeye when she was renovating the bed and breakfast. She needed a website and online presence for this new venture.
Wildeye organised the inaugural Ride 2 School Event at Mount Evelyn Primary School in 2013, which was a huge success with the whole community getting behind the celebration.
Tasman Ecovillage is Tasmania's first ecovillage, located right in the heart of the regional seaside township of Nubeena. This stunning location offers residential strata title lots with shared community land and facilities in a village context.
TunzaFun needed to update their facilities and visual merchandising. Wildeye met up with management, architects and interior design teams to develop a project outline and create concept ideas that could be deployed across the various TunzaFun locations.
Merino Shepherd Huts needed a new visual identity that would encapsulate their offering. All of their creations are hand built in their Yarra Ranges workshop by a small team of skilled craftsmen.
The newly formed company Ultimate Design & Build approached Wildeye for visual identity and website production.
Ultimate Design & Build offers quality homes and developments from design through to town planning and working drawings.
Fernlea House provides respite for carers of people diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Guests are cared for by trained staff and volunteers in a home-like environment.
The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is Australia's largest breastfeeding information and support service. ABA was founded in 1964 by six Melbourne mothers with the aim of helping and supporting other mothers to breastfeed.