Archive for the ‘Featured Designs’ Category

Logo Design and Stationery

This done awhile ago.  A logo design for an earth excavation company. Then adapt into business cards and letterheads.

New Logo and Battery Label Design

From Alco Batteries, the brief was to create a ‘new look’ for an existing Apex brand.  First we updated the design of ‘Apex’ logo and then design a series of battery labels.

Fresh Start Corporate Identity

Fresh Start Logo

Royal Earth Laboratories came to us recently with a new product they needed branding. They some idea of the look for this new product and from that we developed the Fresh Start image.


Fresh New Logo Designs.

We have been working on a few new logos for some local Gold Coast business’s recently. Here is a sample of what we have done…

Logo Design Gold Coast

Broadwater Boat Upholstery Logo


Featured – Web Design


It’s a dogs cats life!

Sherwell Graphics recently updated Cataramas website to fit with their new branding, even so the cumfy cats still don’t wish to go home! (more…)

Rebranding in 2009?

Competitor pressures, plummeting sales revenue and outdated marketing strategy are some reasons behind a company’s need to rebrand. For an established company, rebranding, accompanied with press releases or fresh advertising is also a way to reach a new audience whilst reinforcing the companies existing message.  Below are a few examples of large Australian companies that have successfully rebranded in 2009, along with many others in recent years such as Qantas, National Bank Australia, Australia Post and more locally Regent Taxi’s which completely reinvented itself as Gold Coast Cabs.


Logo Design Love…

We’ve been working on a few logo designs lately and we’d love to share them with you, so here they are…

Plant It Logo Design



Featured – Web Design


No Bulls@#t!

Get Freck Photography company director, Mark Frecker,  commissioned Sherwell Graphics to build his new web gallery. (more…)

Featured – CD Design


Get Down and Boogie!

This is Lesyah’s debut release so she asked Sherwell Graphics to come up with a design which reflected her music genre – dance and pop!