Scamper Design is an experienced team of talented creative professionals, with genuine passion for the business of design. We also love combining our talents and collaborating with other creative agencies.
Specialising in design for Tourism and Destination Marketing, our clients range from independent operators, to Government, national and international organisations. Scamper Design is the preferred supplier of creative design services to members of the Tourism Council Western Australia.
We also provide creative skills training with our corporate clients, one-on-one or as a group. Our designers are also sessional lecturers in Graphic Design, teaching conceptual, business and technical skills to the next generation of Australian and International design talent.
If you would like to discuss an upcoming project, or make contact, please email using the 'Get in Touch' link at the top of the page. You can also connect with us on LinkedIn.​​​​​​​
Here's a bit of what we've been up to, in and away from the studio..

Our contribution to Tourism Council WA's Network@Night member event - this will be hard to part with.

Silence in the studio

Illustration from the Guardian Weekend magazine. So simple, yet so powerful.

Visit to the Design Museum at its new home.

Leigh's sister Cassie, modelling our design for Spinway WA cycle hire in beautiful Busselton.

Now that's a tasty way to launch a new brand identity.

Love the illustrative style of this packaging.

So much to love in this bold cover from British Vogue under its new Editor. The colour is inspiring. This gorgeous design will be going up on the studio wall.

Early morning visitor to the Scamper Studio. Please don't leaf!

On the 'Unseen London' Tour at Charing Cross - these are fake advertising posters, on an unused part of the Underground now used for filming.

Our can design for The West Winds Gin and Tonic, enjoying the view at Elizabeth Quay.

At the WA Tourism Conference in our 'Pop Up Studio'.

Visiting our talented friend, homewares designer and illustrator Suzie London at her shop in Blue House Yard.

New (old) Bendix machinist's chair

Bookshelf Inspiration

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