Aerographics, or Aero as our clients call us, is an independent Ottawa-based creative agency and design studio dedicated to creative solutions for a wide panorama of individuals, dreams, businesses, agencies, associations, non-profits, festivals and governments. Our team of highly experienced people offers open and friendly communication, commitment to on-time delivery and an extraordinary wealth of experience. We collaborate with our clients at moments of change to find and express their brands, support their events and meet their deadlines.
STUFF WE'VE BEEN WORKING ON RECENTLY
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We invite you to peruse our online portfolio or to call us directly to discuss your graphic design requirements, projects and emergencies. Though we look at life through creative eyes, we are a service industry above all.
Many of the projects we have worked on years and decades ago still have legs—residing in popular culture as a much-loved throwback or appearing so many times in our everyday lives here in Canada, we hardly notice them at all.
YUP, WE DID THESE…
In 1992 the Ottawa Senators returned to the NHL. Although this Bring Back the Senators logo was never used in an actual game, it remains a “Throwback Thursday” fave and shirts from that time are still sought by nostalgic fans looking to a period when the team held much promise.
You know those irritating parental TV guidelines that appear before every Canadian television program on every network? You’re welcome! Yes we did those...18 years ago. Whether you’re watching an episode of Sesame Street or Game of Thrones, you get to see our work too—perhaps the most visible yet completely invisible things we’ve ever done.
You can’t travel on a scheduled airline flight in Canada without uniformed officers of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority scanning your body, swabbing your golf bag, screening the contents of your life or waving you on through. It’s a tough task in a stressful environment and they do an outstanding job of keeping airline travel both safe and moving smoothly. The nearly 8,000 screening officers from St John’s, Newfoundland to Victoria, BC look pretty good, we must say—like they mean business, but in a non-threatening way.