Ridley Bent

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In 2010 CBGD developed the packaging for Ridley Bent’s Rabbit on my Wheel CD and Blood Trilogy EP. The two CDs were released and sold separately online and in retail. A screen printed belly band was designed to wrap the two CDs together as an extra incentive to buy both CDs at a “only available […]


Queer Perspectives

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Local visual artist Lisa Wood worked was selected through the Winnipeg Arts Council to participate in the WITHART program, where as she was paired with the Rainbow Resource Centre to produce a piece of public art. Through regular meetings with the group it was determined that the public art piece would be a published book […]


Cara Luft

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Winnipeg Folk Artist Cara Luft required a vibrant look for her newest CD package Darlingford. Additional items were developed to help promote the album including posters, handbills, postcards, bio sheets, tshirts and stickers. Check out some of what CBGD came up with. [cycloneslider id=”cara-luft”]


Wishes and Dreams

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Wishes & Dreams is a locally owned jewelry reseller with multiple mall kiosk locations in addition to their flagship store in Osborne Village. W&D requested a specific motif for their logo, which represents a “World Tree” to signify the universality of wishes and dreams.


Oral History Centre

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The Oral History Centre at the University of Winnipeg contacted CBGD in 2012 to help come up with a unique logo to represent the organization. The solution turned out was as unique as it was cliche. Yes… it’s another “speech bubble” based logo… however after trying different solutions out, it seemed the best fit. An […]