ABOUT PETER DE GANNES DESIGN
Peter de Gannes
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For more than 40 years, Peter de Gannes, RGD, has delivered powerful design, photography, and illustrations for a variety of clients. He has established corporate identities, communicated complex ideas and told memorable stories.
Prior to founding Peter de Gannes Design, his vision helped shape the image of many high-quality publications, including This Country Canada, Ottawa Magazine and Legion Magazine, and he has designed corporate identities for many high technology companies, including BelAir Networks, Vista Networks, Intellisyn and Art2Wave.
As a partner in Aragona Communications, he worked with clients such as Curtiss-Wright, McRobie Architects, Natural Resources Canada, NAV Canada, Nortel Networks and many others.
Peter has won numerous awards for graphic design, editorial design, art direction and advertising design. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Concordia University, a Diploma in Commercial Art from Dawson College, and is a member of The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD) and Arts Network Ottawa.
- Corporate Identity 93% 93%
- Marketing / Events and Trade Shows 92% 92%
- Publication Design 93% 93%
- Packaging Design 85% 85%
- Art Direction 93% 93%
- Web Design 78% 78%
- Print Management 90% 90%
- Illustration 90% 90%
- Photography 85% 85%
Present & Past Clients
Canadian Geographic Magazine
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation
Canadian Medical Association
Canadian Resident Matching Service
Cuddle-Down Products Ltd.
Egg Farmers of Canada
Gifford Associates Insurance Brokers Inc
InBay Technologies Inc.
ITAC – Information Technology Association of Canada
IntelliSyn Communications Inc.
Medical Office Design
Myers Chev • Buick • GMC
Ottawa City Magazine
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Rutherford McKay and Associates
Scott, Rankin and Gardiner
The Attain Group
The National Alliance of Respiratory Therapy Regulatory Bodies
The Supreme Court of Canada
Wendy Kennedy Inc.