• Dapto Anglican

    We created a brand that moved away for the typical church design and focuses on the community

    • Dapto Anglican
    • Dapto Anglican wanted to move away from the image of a building and more towards the people. The logo is made of the letters D and A and illustrates an incomplete and diverse group moving forward toward others.
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    • The brand is used across different parishes of the church.
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    • The one colour logo. The triangles match the architecture of the building which cleverly builds a 'frame' around the community to draw focus in on the people.
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    • The branding used across stationery . The triangles are reconfigured in different shapes and colours adding personality and uniqueness to each person.
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    • The letterhead is clean and strong.
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    • The signage used throughout the buildings.
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    • Entry pylon signs.
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    • The cafe in the foyer. The light fittings have been designed around the logo and architecture. The graphics help define a space for the cafe.
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    • The branding folds around the building and becomes a part of the architecture. This also doubles as wayfinding signage
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    • The building designed by Silvester Fuller cleverly creates a frame around the community. Featured in Australian Design Review.