Melissa and Henry founded Sali Tabacchi in 2007 after working for several years in Amsterdam at one of the city’s most creative studios, Artmiks. At Artmiks, they developed a range of projects including the inaugural branding for the Picnic Festival, a redesign of the historic children’s magazine Taptoe, and several international campaigns for Elsevier Publishing. Using Amsterdam as a hub, they travelled extensively throughout Europe, soaking up its diverse flavours and aesthetics. Melissa and Henry were previously at Concrete Design in Toronto, where they worked with such clients as Holt Renfrew, Keilhauer, the Design Exchange, Lida Baday and the TSX. Melissa is also the former art director of international design and architecture magazine, Azure. Melissa and Henry hold BFAs in art and design from York University
Sarah is a mixed media artist and graphic designer. Her art incorporates vintage photography, print making techniques, paint and charcoal on to wood and canvas. Additionally she works as freelance designer for a range of clients from the gold sector to the music industry. She enjoy creating brand identities and designing custom invitation design for weddings.
Kunaal Jagtianey is a creative at heart with a passion for advertising. His unique background of both Advertising and Graphic Design give him the ability to think both visually and conceptually.
I am a multi-disciplined graphic designer who specializes in corporate and editorial design. I simply love what I do; I get to be creative for a living! So go and check out my website and feel free to contact me. I am currently available for freelance work and hire.
Aurora is a Toronto based designer, hailing originally from rural Manitoba. She is currently putting her talent to work at Sharp Magazine, where she designs for both print and the iPad. Check out her work next time you're at the news stand or find yourself at the App store.
A natural born designer and an up-and-coming Art Director. I'm passionate about what I do and believe that I can change the world. I'm easy going, love to laugh and still play with Lego. I believe that advertising is not a job but a lifestyle, and that ideas happen at anytime especially in the shower.
Nathan is a Toronto based graphic designer, who calls Roncesvalles Village home. Nathan's work reflects his background in illustration, and his love of great design, art, sports and music. Nathan tries to bring a little of his fun loving nature into everything he does. Currently, Nathan is a graphic designer at Toronto's Watt International.
There are many creative people out there who can follow layouts, and can make things look good. Design, for me, is that and so much more. I've been in the bar industry for 10+ years, and customer service will always be something I focus on first. The only way to truly make a client happy, is by really listening to them, conversing about the job, and really understanding where they are coming from and where they want to be. The best part for me is taking them there, and then some! Of course, spending 9+ hours a day on the computer is not a healthy way to be inspired. In my spare time, you'll find me gardening, painting, cooking, and wondering the streets enjoy life happening all around me.
Thanks to Somerset Graphics for the fast, friendly and high quality printing!
A special thanks to Bullfrog Power for their generous support!