Tag: Creative Direction

The Wave Penthouse

Here’s a video walkthrough of an interactive 3D architectural visualisation created for The Wave luxury penthouse in Adelaide by our Digital Content Producer and Creative Director and their team in June 2010.

If you’re browsing on a mac or pc, try out the fully interactive version here.

Pony Black

Sustainable fashion designer, Pony Black, creates beautiful clothes and adornments at their studio in southern Tasmania. Their handmade pieces feature luxurious, ethically-sourced textiles – silks, wools, cottons, and leather.

Their logo, business cards, and swing tags were designed back in 2014 by our Creative Director, Dianna, at Clockwork Beehive, and they were exquisitely handcrafted by a Tasmanian Letterpress Printer extraordinaire at Flywheel in New Norfolk.

After years of love and handling, these cards still look beautiful, reflecting the exceptional quality and longevity of the clothing and fashion they represent.

You can find Pony Black online, or at #MOMAhobart at MONA Museum.

Swing tags designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency

Swing tag designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency

Business cards designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency

Business card designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency

Business card designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency

Business cards and swing tags designed for Pony Black by Brave Agency


Pete Mattila

A man of many talents, formidable fine artist / sculptor / blacksmith Pete Mattila built his own website using Squarespace – with a little help from Brave Agency. Pete asked us to assist with adding a little polish – we did some troubleshooting, content curation, copy editing, reformatting and search engine optimisation.

Whether you need a whole website designed and developed, or just need a bit of help to get the job done, get in touch to find out how we can make your life a bit easier.

Dan Graf

Indie Game Developer, Dan Graf, along with Featherweight, recently launched a game for iOS & Android – and it was a smash hit with 10,000,000 downloads in its first month!

With all the excitement around Rodeo Stampede‘s wild success, Dan needed a mini-website to help people connect with him.

We worked with Dan to refine his branding and make a simple one-page website that covers everything he needs to have online right now.

It’s built using Squarespace so it’s easy for Dan to make quick updates himself when he gets a break in his busy schedule.


Tasmanian Vineyard Rebranding

A well-established Coal River Valley vineyard came to us seeking a fresh, new identity.

Our rebranding package included concept development, logo design, signage, wine labels, responsive website development, copywriting, photography, business cards, stationery, rubber stamps, and branded RedBubble merchandise.

We also delivered a social media package including profile setups on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, as well as assistance with creating listings on Airbnb, TripAdvisor and Bookingdotcom.

Within six months, the Every Man & His Dog Vineyard Cellar Door ranked as one of the Top 10 attractions in Richmond, Tasmania on TripAdvisor; achieved a rating of ‘Exceptional 9.9’ for 5-star B&Bs on Bookingdotcom; and Cellar Door sales far exceeded the clients’ expectations.

Brighton Council Tasmania

Responsive web design and development for Brighton Council Tasmania.

Tasmania’s Brighton Council hired us to update their existing online portal to a new responsive website. It features a clean, simple, user-friendly design that’s accessible on all computers, tablets and mobile phones, and is easy for the client to update in-house.

Restaurant Australia

Mark Cornelius edited the winning Pitch video that helped to seal the deal in Tourism Tasmania‘s successful bid for the 2014 Restaurant Australia extravaganza, as well as the Announcement, Highlights and broad coverage of the events.

Brand Tasmania Ident

Brand Tasmania hired us to bring their logo to life for inclusion in all their video content. Motion graphics by Mark Cornelius and Dianna Graf using Cinema 4D and Adobe After Effects, way back in 2008.

Music by Stewart Long at Red Planet. Logo designed by R-Co.