Blog.

Take a look at our recent thoughts, work, events,
and other happenings here at PaperScout.

PLC Lighthouse Ad Campaign

At Presbyterian Ladies College, #WellbeingMatters. So much so they have developed an industry leading approach to all things health. Teaching scientifically based well being practices to all students from pre-kindergarten to year 12 out of their custom built state-of-the-art facility, the Lighthouse Wellbeing Centre provides an environment where all students can access health related services, […]

READ MORE
AMR Shire Recreation Centre Signage

AMR Shire Recreation Centre

PaperScout has been working closely with the Shire of Augusta Margaret River and the Margaret River Recreation Centre over the past two years on the developement of a new style guide and roll out of the new branding. From flyers, forms, signage, banners and marques, digital VMS signs, press ads, promotional items to powerpoint templates and […]

READ MORE

Stella Bella Wines

Stella Bella is one of Margaret Rivers most iconic wineries. With a national and international reputation for fine wines of distinction, Stella Bella’s branding has always needed to be on point. PaperScout was engaged to design a new suite of marketing collateral that was to capture the essence of the winery and also its correlation […]

READ MORE

City of Cockburn Community Events

PaperScout were asked to develop a series of Community Events collateral for City of Cockburn. We combined illustration and photography to create a fun and unique style for these eye catching family events. The events were rolled out across posters, advertising and social media over a twelve month period and were well received by the […]

READ MORE

Blast from our Past

Being the Scout Hall’s 85th anniversary, PaperScout did some investigating to find out more about the building’s history. Subiaco Museum were able to unearth some old photographs of the Shenton Park Scout Hall, including some hilarious seventies shots from the celebration of the 50th anniversary – lovin’ the flares!

READ MORE