Conceived to drive traffic during a traditionally slow period, March into Merivale grew to become a multi-media food and wine festival that, in just a few years, cemented the Merivale brand and turned it’s chefs into celebrities.
Feast for the Senses. A deliciously tantalising multi-channel food promotion brought all the senses into play on and off property.
Melbourne Cup any way you want it, delivered Merivale’s biggest day of the year.
Branding Mr. Wong was a delight. Confucius inspired calligraphic menus, an iconic 1940’s Chinese singer, all in a deliciously tasteful contemporary style.
Coogee Pavilion rebranding a forgotten pub puts Coogee back on the map.
What fun! FELIX a quintessential French bistro. Comme c’est beau.
Palmer & Co. A speakeasy inspired by 1920’s prohibition with a hidden entrance.
Beresford Sundays was created as a tribute to the LGBTIQ community and by embracing the past fast became one of the hottest Surry Hills venues. Again.
Ms.G’s, an acronym for MSG is funky and irreverent. Fusion comms at their best.