Sam Dal Monte

designs brand identities, websites, books, and signs for big companies, small companies, and cultural institutions.

selected clients



Parkland is an established Canadian energy company that’s working towards a sustainable future by investing in renewable energy technologies, expanding their retail operations, and building an EV charging network.

2022 Sid Lee Calendar


A gift from the Sid Lee design team to our clients, each month of Sid Lee’s 2022 calendar is a vision of an imagined past or potential future as seen from the end of 2021. Printed on risograph at Colour Code Printing, Toronto.

Two Sisters Vineyards


A family-run vineyard in the Niagara region of Ontario, Two Sisters is anchored in the concept that each of their wines has a unique story to tell.



Method is medical cannabis developed at the intersection of science and nature, through careful cultivation and cutting-edge extraction technology.

Cx Industries


With its state-of-the art cannabis extraction technology, Cx Industries produces the oils, concentrates, and isolates behind many of the industry’s most innovative products.

Burrard Arts Foundation


Burrard Arts Foundation promotes arts and culture in Vancouver through gallery exhibitions, public art, and artist residencies. BAF’s new website was launched as part of their move to a larger space and an expansion of their residency program.



Built on impressionistic imagery and abstract, evocative language, Color is a recreational cannabis brand designed for exploring the unexpected beauty of the everyday.



InnVest is Canada’s largest hotel owner and operator. Their redesigned website emphasizes their focus on hospitality across their entire portfolio.



Doko is a family of poufs and ottomans designed by Observatory for Keilhauer. The name refers to ドンドコドン, the sound of a taiko drum, and どこでも, meaning “anywhere”.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Exhibition Graphics

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta connects the history of the American civil rights movement with the contemporary global struggle for human rights.

California Moderne and the Mid‑Century Dream


California Moderne is a monograph on the work of Edward H. Fickett, one of California’s most prolific, yet obscure, mid-century architects.


Selected self-initiated experiments.


Logos for selected clients.