Surrey Art Gallery

Logo Evolution, Visual Brand Development, Print Design, Audience Outreach Materials, Public Programming Support, Poster Design, Book Design, Research and Editing

Over the past six years there have been many exciting projects with the Surrey Art Gallery, ranging from the Family Sunday visual identity system to research on arts infrastructures and from exhibition posters to imagining a potential future site for public engagement with art.

Surrey Art Gallery Logo: Before and After
Surrey Art Gallery Logos
Surrey Art Gallery Logos
Surrey Art Gallery Posters
Surrey Art Gallery Bus Shelter Ad
The Space of Difference: Invite, Front and Back
The Space of Difference: Poster, Front and Back
Family Sunday Posters and Cards
ArtExplorer Activity Guide
Banners and Flags
Surrey Art Gallery Buttons
Surrey Art Gallery Buttons
Surrey Art Gallery buttons on black fabric
Surrey Art Gallery buttons in a jar at Surrey Arts Centre
Posters and Rack Cards
Book: In the Wake of the Komagata Maru

In the Wake of the Komagata Maru was published to accompany a symposium and exhibition, a collaborative project between Surrey Art Gallery, Kwantlen University and On Main. "I was both an editor and the graphic designer allowing me a particularly deep connection with the content, working closely with the curator, writers and artists." Photograph of a barely visible whale in the mist off Botanical Beach provides the cover background image (concept and photo also by Lisa Marshall).

Arts Models Presentation Title Slide

Working with Liane Davison, Director of Surrey Art Gallery, Lisa Marshall provided research, editing and design for a 50-example presentation of arts organizations, large public projects, live-work spaces, arts hubs and creative adjunct facilities from around the world. This project generated ideas and interest for new arts places and possibilities in the City of Surrey.

Arts Models Presentation
IAM: Interactive Art Museum Logo

Recently working with the Surrey Art Gallery team, we developed a logo and visual brand for an exciting hypothetical new site for engagement with art: the Interactive Art Museum. Stay tuned for more news on this project.

Style Guide
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