Property brochure for Six Thiele Doncaster

Title: Six Thiele Doncaster residential apartment project
Agency: Scharp
Client: Six Thiele Doncaster
Stocks: Curious Metallics
Printed by: Ellikon (VIC) Offset

Six Thiele Doncaster is the latest residential apartment project by Accord Property Group. The masterminds behind this impressive brochure design is Scharp, a multi-disciplinary creative studio specialising in property and development. Scharp came up with a full marketing campaign to promote the new development which included an animated movie, website, lifestyle photography, print and online advertising collateral, and much, much more. A very talented bunch indeed!

The cover is printed offset on Curious Metallics in Gold Leaf 300gsm. No ink was used on the cover. Instead, a full blanket blind deboss of the brand’s geometric motif (inspired by the architecture designed by award-winning architect Clarke Hopkins Clarke), has been impressed across the entire surface to create a stunning tactile experience. As a final touch of opulence, Six Thiele Doncaster’s bold logotype was centrally embellished using Milford Astor silver foil for a striking and eye-catching contrast.


Anne Angel wedding invitation design

Title: Foni and Sally wedding invitations
Agency:Anne Angel Designs (VIC)
Stocks:Rives Design
Printed by:Personal Printing (VIC)

It’s often said that the humble wedding invitation sets the tone for the entire event. So we’re left wondering how amazing this wedding must have been given the beautiful invitation package created by Anne Angel Designs! Printed digitally, this stand-out wedding invite is good enough to be a feature on anyone’s mantelpiece.

With a brief from the bride to make the invites elegant, stylish and simple, an icon was created using the couples initials. To complement this, Rives Design 350gsm was chosen as the stock. Anne Angel explains further: “We love the texture and premium look of this stock. We also wanted the contrast of the texture with the smooth foil finish in the deboss to make the initials stand out because we went with a white on white look.”