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Segal Centre Campaign Launch image

Last night, our team hit up the Segal Centre for Performing Arts to celebrate 10 years of Segal Centre, and 30 years of theatre in one incredible place. The lobby was filled to the brim with proud supporters, theatre goers, the arts community, and famous faces! For the second consecutive year, Design Is Yummy had the privilege of collaborating with the Segal Centre for Performing Arts on their season graphics. With the 2017-2018 theatre season marking its 10 year anniversary, we excitedly took on the 6 upcoming production graphics, program book and celebratory marketing materials. Our goal was simple: make this year’s campaign special, engaging all the while topping our successful award-winning work from last year. (Sounds simple enough, right?) Starting the lineup this ...

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Wirewerks Holiday Cards image

We love working with our clients to create custom holiday cards and promotions. Here’s a feature of one we designed recently for Wireworks. This high performance fiber optic and copper solutions provider wanted a unique card to complement their brand identity. We took the challenge and created this clean snowflake illustration built from elements of their logo. The result is a simple design that stays true to the essence of their company. Holiday cards and direct mail pieces are a great way to keep your company fresh in your client’s minds without asking for anything in return. They give them those nice best wishes we all want to hear at the end of the year. Need a holiday or greeting card for your company? Get ...

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Dare to be Seen 2016 image

Last week the Design is Yummy team took a trip to Veritiv’s Design and Print Excellence Awards 2016 (AKA our Paper Disneyland). We enjoyed getting inspired by the work and interacting with the new paper textures trending in the printing world from some of the most reputable paper mills in the world. In the design-trend aspect, this year we noticed a lot of metallic foil, hot stamping, holographic effects and colourful two toned pictures mixed with elegance and simplicity. The look.. Pizazz! Thank you Veritiv for hosting another successful event. Looking forward to the next event.    

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All We Do Is Win Win Win… image

Design Is Yummy proudly presents the two newest additions to our growing Award collection! We recently took home two bronze awards (and these fine looking trophies) from the Creativity International Awards; one for our season graphics campaign for The Segal Centre for Performing Arts (You may recognize Prom Queen or some of the others- they’ve been all around town!), and another for our design and printing of Niskamoon Corporation’s 2015-2016 Annual Report. [ Click here to see more pictures of the award winning posters ] [ Click here to see more pictures of the award winning reports ] This would be the second consecutive year our work for Niskamoon Corporation’s annual reports have gained international recognition. Last year, the 2014-2015 Niskamoon Corporation Annual Report received a Silver Davey ...

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A Movie a Day image

Peter Majarich, a designer from Sydney, Australia is challenging himself to redesign some of the most popular, well-known movie posters. “A Movie Poster a Day” is his personal creative challenge to redesign, well you guessed it, one movie poster per day for an entire year. His end results show off his talent as a graphic designer, seamlessly blending the digital aesthetic with an acute attention to detail. As designers, we know it can sometimes be a challenge to keep the brain creative 365 days 24/7.  We love Majarich’s personal mission to keep his skills fresh.

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The Typeface in-Spector image

Ever wish you had an app similar to Shazam but for fonts? Fellow colleagues and friends, our designer dreams have come true! For her graduating project, designer Fiona O’Leary from the Royal College of Art developed Spector, a small and practical tool that can possibly identify any font and color seen in the real world. The tool is described as easy to use. By pressing the button on top after you’ve placed the tool over a printed surface with your inquired typeface, a photograph is taken and an algorithm runs to identify the typeface, size, kerning/leading, along with the CMYK or RGB values.

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