Daniel Swanick

Art Director


Toronto Area Art Director
Daniel Swanick

For nearly a decade, Daniel Swanick has been working as both a freelance and in-house Art Director in the Greater Toronto Area. As an Art Director and Designer who specializes in advertising and marketing concepts, Daniel is constantly creating. Collaborating with copywriters, web programmers, and marketers, he enhances client brand strategies and communicates the essence of their business through every concept.

From simple to complex branding, logo designs, and website designs, to traditional marketing like direct mailers, billboards and transit shelters, Daniel Swanick’s work is executed to surpass client’s expectations.

When not creating brand-extending campaigns for clients, Daniel spends his time at home working and managing his family beef cattle farm, relaxing while watching movies, or playing video games. A hard worker who is capable of managing multiple tasks and getting projects done on time and budget, he can handle any project – large or small.

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What can I do for you?

What can I do for you and your business? Whether you’re an established company to a start-up of an individual, every client receives the attention and the level of excellence they deserve. From logos to a complete branding, to brochures and print ads, to billboards and vehicle wraps; large or small, what I will do is creatively bring your vision to life.

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Recent Work

While you’re here, view the most recent work by the Greater Toronto Area Art Director and Designer, Daniel Swanick. Click on an image below to bring view samples and information about a project or campaign.

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