Our story began in 1996, working with the local community in the alpine region of North East Victoria. Our reputation for creative design, quality products, care for our clients and their projects, combined with building a network of experts in our industry opened our doors to the nation at large. We became a “mountains to the sea” company with the opening of our Bass Coast design studio and office in 2013 in addition to our North East office.
We create artwork, graphic design, print and signage for national parks, tourism industry, local council and burgeoning businesses in our regional areas and beyond. We have shared our passion for interpretative design and excellence in design and manufacture with tourism bodies, landcare groups, heritage groups, state parks and councils, small business and large corporations all over the Eastern States of Australia.
Our local communities are important to us, where we live, work and raise our children. Being involved and able to support our locals gives us a deeper understanding of what your local community and livelihood means to you, wherever you are. Living our story gives us a reference point to use our skills to tell your story.
Our clients include community groups, small businesses, government departments, national parks, councils and corporations. Below is a snapshot of our client and project list.
Bathurst City Council: Government Heritage Trail – concept, design, manufacture and installation. Bathurst Speedway interpretive signage. Heritiage site signage.
Alpine Shire Council: Dinner Plain Snow Park – development of signage suite and style guide for directional, information and arrival signage.
Alpine Shire and Dinner Plain Development Group: Dinner Plain Multi-use Trail – concept, design, manufacture and installation. Dinner Plain Interpretive Trail – concept, design, manufacture and sculptural. Murray to Mountains Rail Trail – design and manufacture of entry signs from Bright. Wandiligong Orientation and Directional signage – concept design, manufacture and installation
Yarra Ranges Council: Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail Trail – development of signage suite and style guide for directional, information and safety signage trail. Design and Manufacture of various interpretive signage projects
Department of Sustainablility and Environment: Bendigo: Koondrook Redgum Forest Interpretive and Directional Walking Trail – concept, design and signage manufacture.
Wonthaggi & District Historical Society: Pioneer Mine Interpretive and Directional Walking Trail – concept, design and signage manufacture
Australian Alps national parks: Australian Alps Indigenous Totem sculpture project – concept design
Parks Victoria: Mt Buffalo National Park Entrance ‘Sense of Arrival’ – concept design and development, project management of manufacture and installation of interpretive signage. Licola Gateway Interpretive Signage Project ‘Sense of Arrival’ – concept design and development, project management of manufacture and installation of interpretive signage display, and ongoing information and directional road trail signage.
Maribyrnong City Council: Public artwork interpretive podiums and signage, concept, design and manufacture.
Alpine Children’s Services: Interior concepts, print package.
Eli Lilly: Concept, Planning, Design, Manufacture of Wayfinding System and Entrance, Ryde site, Sydney.
Nevin Lenne Gross: Signage across all offices and fleet cars for new branding strategy
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning: Series of interpretive and informational signage, design and manufacture.
AGL Hydro Limited: various signage and visual graphic projects.
Friends Groups – Mt Lawson, Reform Hill, The Sevens, Euroa: various signage, trail, graphic, print and interpretive projects.
Landcare groups – Ovens, Kiewa: various graphic, signage and interpretive projects.
Many small businesses and local community groups.