The Tulsa Zoo has an incredible communication and design team. But, they have a huge job and often need to reach out for help. We love being an extension of their team, and their projects are some of our favorite things to work on — you can probably guess why.
Educational Outdoor Signage
One of the most important things to the Tulsa Zoo team is educating their visitors about the animals they care for. These eye-catching banners help promote their education department classes and draw in those who are curious and want to learn.
Nature’s event series logos
Another way the Tulsa Zoo team helps to educate its community members is through classes. We created these custom logos for each of their different class series.
The annual Hallowzooween event is a Tulsa favorite. We love creating custom illustrations and designs for their shirts each year for this spooky event.
Lost kingdom plaque
The fun custom illustrations continue with an example of the sign designs we have done for the Tulsa Zoo. This beautiful creation greets visitors at the Lost Kingdom exhibit and features some of the exotic animals found in the exhibit.
Caring for animals to the level the Tulsa Zoo cares for its animals is very expensive, so they allow visitors to symbolically adopt their animals in order to help raise money. In order to celebrate these adoptions, we created these fun and informative pamphlets. Each pamphlet includes a custom illustration that doubles as a coloring page, beautiful layouts, eye-catching photography and information about the adopted animal.
Special Program Logos
Conservation on Tap
Conservation on Tap is another Tulsa favorite and another one of our favorite things to work on each year. The year this custom-illustrated logo was made, the goal was to help save wild Chinchillas. After looking at that face, who wouldn’t want to help?
The breakfast Series Logo
Another custom logo we created for the Tulsa Zoo is this Africa-inspired illustration for the Breakfast series.
We also created the logo and collateral for Gunda’s Circle. We hope this beautiful, clean design has helped the Tulsa Zoo team raise money to care for Gunda and her fellow elephants.