Tallpine Lodges

Case Study: Prairie Oils & Vinegars


  • Brand Identity
  • Graphic Design
  • Product labelling
  • Printed Collateral
  • Website


When Bev from Prairie Oils & Vinegars approached us with her dreams to start not only a new business but in an entirely new category – becoming Manitoba’s first Oil Tasting Room, we were tasked with creating a visual identity that immediately conveyed professionalism and legitimacy.

Prairie Oils bottles being filled
Prairie Oils and Vinegars logo


Print Studio One’s solution involved creating a delicate, fun and easily recognizable identity with unique use of color and typography. A budget friendly website was created with a user friendly content management system to allow for frequent and easy updates as products change continuously. A key content focus of the website is educating consumers about this new category and the science (and art) behind quality Oils and Vinegars.

Olive oil on tap
Prairie Oils business cards
Prairie Oils bottles

PSOne was the company I went to when I needed my logo designed and I love my logo. They designed my website and manage it as well. I have received numerous compliments on both my logo and what a wonderful, informative and attractive website I have. They have kept my website postings and products up-to-date, provided product labels, print collateral, and more. They have gone above and beyond when I have needed product in a hurry. The staff is always helpful and friendly. I enjoy working with PSOne.

Bev Penner, Owner,
Prairie Oils & Vinegars



Prairie Oils & Vinegars has enjoyed major growth and has been featured in many local and national publications. The Steinbach tasting room is constantly greeting guests who have traveled many miles to experience the tasting room, and many international customers have learned about the unique brand through the website. As a result, Prairie Oils fulfills orders across North America, and is constantly expanding their product portfolio. In 2015, a second location opened in Winkler, MB.

The flexibility in the logo design and support elements allows them to be used equally as well in printed collateral, magazine advertising, web, and even product labeling on glass bottles.