Brand Identity

Reusable shopping bag. Indalma Creative was hired to design and illustrate this shopping bag for the Tsawwassen Business Association. This bag was to promote the ‘shop local’ message and had the support of many local retailers behind it. The illustrated scene on the shopping bag of palm trees, primrose bushes, fancy street lights and town banners depicts the recognizable meridian that runs down the centre street of Tsawwassen.


With their new logo (designed by Indalma Creative) completed, North American Rail Products wanted to have on hand a few promotional items to give out to their clients as part of their marketing efforts. Also shown in this image, business cards and a waterproof shipping label.


A long-standing ‘famous’ Fish and Chips take out restaurant located on the docks in Steveston (and in other Lower Mainland locations) wanted a tourist rack card to promote their business for use at a Tourism Richmond location. With use of great dock photos and confident copy writing, the simple message: ‘The freshest and tastiest fish and chips are found at Pajo’s’ came across loud and clear.


Galbraith Plumbing + Heating wanted help promoting their business and needed their van to be distinguishable from a distance. Indalma Creative decided to use the newly designed logo on the hood of the van in a large-and-in-charge manner, which created a ‘super-hero’ message in an intended semi-comical way. White space is deliberately used to allow for the contact information on the side of the van to come across loud and clear.

Mt. Fuji Sushi menus: eat in and take out. The 'eat in' menu is a uniquely designed and printed piece. Silver grommets have been used for binding and the cover design is debossed (the image is pushed below the level of the paper). This substantial promotional piece adds a touch of elegance to this small restaurant.