In addition to the work I’ve done for candidates at the senior party level, I’ve designed a fair bit of content for Young Liberal use.
Election Fever was a city wide Liberal event that brought Young Liberals together with candidates and campaigns from across Ottawa immediately before the drop of the writ of the 2011 election. We had a great turnout, over 50+. I really like the visual pop of all the different design elements, and the black and red contrast/fade. It’s a busy poster to be sure, but as I usually tend to lean toward a more minimalist approach its a good change of pace.
Ok, so obviously I can’t claim the original design (it’s based off Hillary Clinton’s campaign buttons) but I thought it was a cheeky, fun way to pay tribute to the Hillary in question, who happens to be my girlfriend. I made this button for her for the 2010 OYL AGM, where she was acclaimed as Eastern Regional Coordinator. The button was given to delegates for to help promote the new candidate and identify Eastern Region delegates. Colours are the shades of red used by OLP and LPC.
Ps: Here is a link to the HRC logo for comparison http://www.logodesign.com/logo_design/2007/08/13/hillary-clinton/
Logo I designed for the Oakville Young Liberals. Oak leaf and federal Liberal maple leaf form the V.
Slight variation of the design used for buttons
Logo design used for a few years by the Carleton University Young Liberals, the old alma mater. Franklin Gothic font similar to the OLP logo, with a nice retro looking “Carleton” in the slightly lighter shade of red used by the federal party.
White version of the logo used on club t-shirts
Wish I had a digital version of this poster somewhere, but this will have to do. Poster for an Oakville Young Liberals event featuring candidate Max Khan, as well as musical guests and a food drive. Lots of information, but readable. I dig the two-tone red shading and shadow.
Sign poking fun at Stephen Harper stealing a pro-Iraq War speech from former Australian Prime Minister John Howard. These were posted around the site of the 2008 federal leaders debate, and got a decent amount of attention from press.
…….Aaaaaand here is some of that attention, in a full colour photo in the A section of the Toronto Star. Yeah, that’s me in the kangaroo suit.