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Compositions Festival – Brand Identity, Poster and Website

Peacock Promotions: Logo Design and Pout Dance Event Promotion

Q-Imaging: What’s the BIG Deal Campaign

Monster Children: Graphics/Logo Design Submission

Chrysopoeia: Logo Design and Business Cards

Melbourne Square : Logo/brand Identity & Brochure

Threadless T-shirt Design – Inbread Breakfast

Jones Lang LaSalle : 12 Creek Street Expression of Interest Brochure

ABC School Supplies : Promotional Flyers

Hammelmann (Australia) : Company Website

Matter Solutions: Infographics and Concepts

Jones Lang LaSalle: Apex Logo Design

Q-Imaging : Q-Imaging Games Promotion e-mail broadcast, flyers etc

Chipmunks – Playland & Cafe (Australia) : Company Website

Personal Project – Facebook Cover

A bit about me

Hi! My name is Sonya Audet and I am a graphic designer. Here are some examples of various projects I have worked on; that include web, print and logo design. As I come from quite an arty background I am also interested in art, illustration and custom typography. Feel free to check out my work and blog! Enjoy!

All You Need Is Love – Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

7th September 2013 by Sonya Audet

All You Need Is Love – Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

I recently visited Japan for the first time, a couple of months ago. On my first day in Japan (which happened to be in Tokyo), I crazily set out to explore as much of the city as I possibly could.

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Type By Hand Workshop – with the Australian Type Foundry (Shillington College, Brisbane 23/2/13)

1st March 2013 by Sonya Audet

Late last year I found out through a friend from college (Shillington College) that our college were going to host a typography course with the Australian Type Foundry; and more specifically a hand-lettering course. I signed myself up straight away!

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Design Inspiration: Stefan Sagmeister

3rd December 2012 by Sonya Audet

Stefan Sagmeister first got my attention when I watched the Helvetica film awhile back. He described the font by using an example of how it could be used in a corporate brochure with a lot of white space and a businessman on the front cover, screaming: “Don’t read me. I will bore the s*** out of you!”

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