Lovework is a remote branding and digital design studio based in Redcliffe Australia connecting international creatives and collaborating with clients from all over to create incredible brands. Robyn and Campbell set up the studio to create a better working experience for both designers and clients. Creating work we love and that customers love too.
The studio runs with a core team of seven based in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane and draws from an international network of strategists, designers, artists, animators, coders and photographers to solve virtually any brand challenge, in any timezone.
We make better work when we have fun and enjoy the environment we work in. We enjoy the creative process and explore and experiment. Playing with things helps us to learn and deliver unexpected and original outcomes.
We collaborate with talented people from everywhere to create unique and amazing brands. There is a safe space for all of us and everyone gets involved in the creative process. Diversity of thought and opinions creates more robust and realistic solutions.
*Best work of our lives:
We are making the best work of our lives and the best work for the planet. We put ourselves out there and put huge energy and effort into every project.
Campbell has 20 years of international brand experience, helping start ups become unicorns and massive businesses shift direction. He was previously the leading Creative Director of DesignStudio London for four years where he was responsible for setting the creative vision, inspiring clients and expanding the team. Before DesignStudio, Campbell was Design Director at Wolff Olins for seven years. He led the charge for digital and experiential design and worked on a wide range of massive projects from telcos to technology companies. Campbell's projects include One Football, GetYourGuide, Alan, OLX, Scout 24, Panasonic, Virgin, World Athletics, Riot Games, LEC, LCK, Depop, EE, Oi, Telia, Orange, Hive and Skype.
For the past 20 years Robyn has worked across a diverse range of sectors from large corporate companies to start-ups. She has branded a film award, a global charity, a telco, a health partnership, a celebrity florist, a fin-tech, a theatre production, a skateboarding platform and a winning World Cup bid. Before Lovework, Robyn ran her own independent agency where she focused on cultural institutions, community initiatives and charities such as branding for David Parr House and CHIA—Cambridge Universities Centre for Human Inspired Artificial Intelligence.
We work with a range of designers, animators, copywriters, strategists and other specialists from around the world. Many of our collaborators have worked with us regularly over the last 10 years to produce incredible, award winning work.
Every project is unique and requires a different set of partners to create something great. The creative direction we explore during the concept phase will determine the specialists and partners we engage with.
Our website developed by the wonderful crew Bone Digital received an honourable mention over on awwwards. Have you had a play with the dark, light and crazy mode toggle yet? Have a play!
This year we were delighted to join a panel of judges; Marc Harrison from Husque, Furniture Designer, Alex Lotersztain and Digital Design Lead Matt Neal from Liquid. Graduates from all 5 design disciplines presented their major project in a pitch battle. We were delighted to share some Lovework merch with each presenter who took the stage and shared their ideas and craft.
This year we’re super proud to have been called out as finalists in Brand Strategy and Communication for the Impact that the Tranch branding has had on the growth and opportunities for them, Branding, Large Business and Motion Branding for the work on the Griffith University brand; Branding, Large Business and Corporate Identity, Logos and Trademarks for Wonderbly!
We’ll be hosting a live webinar discussing ‘Big Brand, Small Brand’ and the similarities and differences required for working on branding projects for both large and small organisations. Registration link below through Future London Academy. Join us on the 3rd October!
Lovework Studio will be voting yes in the upcoming referendum. We want to take up the invitation from the Uluru Statement from the Heart, to walk alongside our First Nations people towards a better future. A tinted cynotype print of local flora.
Wonderbly’s branding captures the joy of books. The publisher’s brand refresh draws inspiration from the “powerfully emotional experience” of giving someone a personalised book.
We’re absolutely delighted that the Griffith University brand refresh has been named a finalist in the Large Brand Identity category.
Publisher Wonderbly rebrands with a more impactful logo for its book covers. Since 2012, Wonderbly has carved a name for itself in personalised publishing. Now, Lovework simplifies its crown logo and makes it more “attractive and visible”.
New Logo and Identity for Wonderbly by Lovework Studio. We positioned the brand around these moments of connection with a warm tone of voice, colourful visual language and close photography that shared the expressions of families and friends when they give or receive a Wonderbly book for the first time.
We popped into Wonderbly office to meet in person while we were in London. Delighted to have a cup of tea in these bold mugs! Lots of lovely chatter. We love their work.
In June, at Darwin College, Cambridge University we spent a day at the Making Visual Art/Work in the AI Era event. Robyn was on the panel and Campbell presented some work (Human Inspired of course!).
The full team gathered in sunny Queensland in early June 2023 for The Design Conference. Was wonderful to be inspired and hang out with friends old and new! We chatted to the legends at Australian Design Radio (more on that soon...) and did an Instagram Live with Nick over at Higher Ground.