In addition to posters, pocket-sized brochures were also designed and produced in order to encourage citizen engagement in the 2000 Census. Versions included 12 different language translations.
The Baltimore Sun April 05, 2000 LET’S HEAR IT for Frank Perrelli. With just $150 for an extra piece of software, the planning department graphic designer has created a breakthrough Web site for Baltimore city government. Unlike the City Council’s much-ballyhooed $150,000 Web site (which is still a bust), the Perrelli version — baltimorecity.gov — actually […]
One of my first federal projects: The Department of Justice was producing a series of videotapes for law enforcement and public safety officials nationwide. This was 1997, in the wake of bombings in Atlanta, GA. Each videocassette was labeled and accompanied by informational booklets. The three titles were: Surviving the Secondary Device:The Rules Have Changed […]
Meet Me at the Monkey House was Baltimore band Brickhead’s one (and only) album released. It was also my first music CD design. The disc itself was printed with only 2 colors. Foldout included a timeline of the band’s impressive membership.
This was one of my first corporate identity packages. A local recording studio that needed letterhead, envelopes, business cards and brochures, along with an advertisement or two. All materials were designed with photos I took myself. They were Photoshopped and separated into duotones (two-ink colors, in this case, black and reflex blue). The folded brochures […]