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    In 2005 Lifelounge was offered the monumental assignment to name and brand what was then going to be the largest skatepark in the southern hemisp… Read More
    In 2005 Lifelounge was offered the monumental assignment to name and brand what was then going to be the largest skatepark in the southern hemisphere. Appropriately dubbed Monster, the venue required an equally appropriate brand to communicate its larger-than-life characteristics, whilst referencing some of the qualities of its parent brand, Sydney Olympic Park. I was tasked with developing the entire branding suite, including the design of a brand marque and logotype, brand guidelines, the website, promotional materials, merchandise, stationary and signage, as well as developing the creative for all communications alongside writer Daniel Pollock. Read Less
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Monster Skatepark - Branding

In 2005 Lifelounge was offered the monumental assignment to name and brand what was then going to be the largest skatepark in the southern hemisphere. Appropriately dubbed Monster, the venue required an equally appropriate brand to communicate its larger-than-life characteristics, whilst referencing some of the qualities of its parent brand, Sydney Olympic Park.

I was tasked with developing the entire branding suite, including the design of a brand marque and logotype, brand guidelines, the website, promotional materials, merchandise, stationary and signage, as well as developing the creative for all communications alongside writer 
Daniel Pollock
Brand Mark and Logotype
Promotional Posters
Press Ads
Stationary, Website and Signage