West Creative Graphic Design is an award-winning
graphic design agency based in Adelaide, South Australia.
We specialise is logo design, branding and print design.
We strive to exceed expectations - ours and our clients.
On the eve of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women,
the Women's Safety Service of SA was launched by the Premier of South Australia, Mr Jay Weatherill in Adelaide.
This organisation is the amalgamation of women's organisations created as a place for women leaving domestic violence.
The logo designed by West Creative for WSSSA was formed from the Venus sign, and represents the coming together
of women to a place that is a safe one.
As well as the logo, all collateral including branding, signage, postcard, posters and signage was created.
'Gorgeous Henley' Campaign Wins Major Marketing Award!
We are delighted that the Henley Beach Business Association's 'Gorgeous Henley' is officially an award winning campaign!!
Announced last week; this gorgeous campaign has won the Mainstreet SA 2016 Marketing Award.
West Creative Graphic Design is proud to be a part of the award winning team headed
by Jennie Bell Ink and Donna-Jayne PR who brought this vision to life.
St Peter's Girls 'Challenge Your Thinking' Campaign
West Creative were asked to create an advertising campaign to promote the School's philosphy of "Challenge Your Thinking".
The highly successful campaign was seen around the city in billboards, bus shelters and press and significantly increased enquiries to the School, which then converted to new enrolments.
Read more about this case study here.
"West Creative's ability to take a complex philosophical idea and turn it into an enticing creative concept is second to none. This understanding truly empowers their designs to convey a deeper meaning – which is exactly why we love working with them."
Eliza Lanson | Marketing and Communications Manager | St Peters Girls School
Rub Massage - Remedial Massage Therapists - are known not only for their amazing remedial massage techniques, but also their sense of humour. We have carried this tradition on for them with their new series of postcards which you should find out and about in the cafes of Adelaide.