In June 2012 local celebration were held to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Orange City Council required interpretive panels as part of the ‘Crown Jewels’ exhibition held at the Orange Regional Gallery. The panels outlined the visit to Orange in 1970 of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. Sa
A5 Purbound book, 186pp, plus 2pp matt celloglaze cover. When the Australian Sporting Car Club sought an alternative racing venue to Mount Panorama, Bathurst in 1952, the Orange Cherry Blossom Festival Committee put up their hands to build a motor racing track with Orange City Council. The track was
Custom label design for “I was first on the bypass” – a promotional water bottle designed for the launch of the North Orange Bypass by Orange City Council. Were you first on the bypass?
As part of the Sustainable Collections Project, Sauce Design worked closely with Orange City Council and Molong & District Historical Society to create 5 large exhibition panels to commemorate Fairbridge Farm at Molong.
In Sickness and in Health – How medicine helped shape Orange’s history was commissioned by Orange City Council supported by Pinnacle Health Care and Orange Regional Arts Foundation. The book takes an original approach in exploring how medicine shaped the history of Orange and the surroun
Sauce designed the Central NSW Museums website using images from the museums’ collections to create an illustrative feel. The vibrant and colourful palette is engaging, while the imagery reflects upon the historical subject. The site is divided into sections, with each museum having it&
This innovative project needed a graphic identity that could be used in a range of contexts to acknowledge the funding partners and build awareness of the brand, purpose and scope of the project. The graphic identity also needed to be adapted for use on a wide range of applications from meeting noti
The Orange Blossoms exhibition was dedicated to the gardeners of Orange past and present, and served as a cultural history of gardens in Orange and the surrounding district. Sauce Design created the look and feel, and the design, layout and formatting of the exhibition panels. A layered, textural, o