Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk corflute before and after redesign by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk letterhead and business card by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk tshirts by Maya Walker
Graphic design, two Lord Mayor Graham Quirk digital billboards at busy intersection in The Valley, Brisbane, by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk digital billboard on Kingsford Smith Drive, Brisbane, by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk supersize billboard by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk social media image on iPhone by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk social media image on iPhone by Maya Walker
Graphic design, hand holding Lord Mayor Graham Quirk DLX by Maya Walker
Graphic design, hand holding Lord Mayor Graham Quirk DLX open by Maya Walker
Graphic design, hand holding Lord Mayor Graham Quirk trifold brochure and envelope by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk trifold brochure and envelope by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk A3 newsletter showing front and inside spread by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk A3 newsletter inside spread by Maya Walker
Graphic design, hand holding Lord Mayor Graham Quirk A3 newsletter back page by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk DLX by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk flyer front and back by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk A3 flyer and envelope by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk phonebooth advertisement by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk phonebooth advertisement by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk moving scooters advertisement by Maya Walker
Graphic design, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk website takeover advertisementon Brisbane Times by Maya Walker

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Ahead of the 2016 Local Government Election, I was commissioned to update a number of designs for the Lord Mayor's team. The client had used documents of the same style for the previous two election cycles, and I was asked to refresh the suite of templates. Brisbane City Council has 26 wards, so I had to ensure every template could be easily and successfully modified for many candidates.

This work involved liaising directly with stakeholders to ensure press ready files supplied were designed to the correct specifications. This included correspondence with apparel, digital, static billboard, and offset printing companies.

From a consistency perspective, this was a challenging project with two existing brands to navigate. The client and their party both had strict style guides and as such there were some legacy items I was unable to alter. Overall this body of work focussed on finessing Team Quirk's brand to be more sophisticated, deliberate, and colourful.