Around 20% of Adult Australians, or one in five people, will experience a mental illness at some stage in their lives. The subject of mental disorders is no laughing matter, and the idea of communicating this message to a large spectrum is challenging. We were completely blown away when we came across these minimal poster designs by Patrick Smith. Patrick set himself the challenge of defining each disorder in a minimal way which proved to cause a lot of controversy.
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Wanting to build more awareness for her business, Etak Thoroughbreds, and provide an online listing of her current sales and stock, Kate Nivison asked Red Ant Media to design her a website that was “playful and fun” utilising her favourite colours, pink and orange.
The website needed to be user friendly for both her horse racing industry clients and potential buyers, so as they could quickly access necessary information about the horses, their pedigree and their bloodlines.
Paspaley wanted an evite (email invitation) design for their marquee events at the 2011 Paspaley Polo in the City series.
With a Great Gatsby/1920s theme for the marquees, the design needed to reflect advertising and styles from the period.
The invitation and follow up confirmation email were sent to their clients in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.
The invitation design was also used for promotional postcards at the Sydney and Melbourne events.
Tony Davison, an Australian film producer and director specialising in music videos and TVCs, approached Red Ant Media with a brief to design a logo and business cards for his business. His request for the design was to keep it original, modern, and interesting.
As part of Vogue Fashion’s Night Out Sydney 2011, Paspaley invited their clients to the Sydney Boutique to meet some of Australia and New Zealand’s top polo players, who will be competing in the 2011 Paspaley Polo In The City series.
Paspaley asked Red Ant Media to design and illustrate an invitation they could send to their clients and media contacts embedded in an email.
For our product and services, we thought it would be nice to have a icon for each. Because we are Red ANT Media, we figured it was a good idea to make our icons Ants.