When Michael Phelps made history in 2008, winning eight gold medals in Bejing, the State organized a grand homecoming celebration. Dignitaries and celebrities were on hand to welcome back Maryland’s Olympic athletes. The event was held at Fort McHenry, on the Baltimore harbor, and required an expedited branding campaign for posters, announcements, signage and staging. […]
In 2014, Domino Sugar commissioned the above illustration as its holiday card for neighbors in South Baltimore. It was with great pride that the following year, two more ASR Group holiday illustrations were created for refineries in Crockett, California, and Yonkers, New York. Each illustration was later recolored and adapted for screen printable for merchandise […]
Baltimore City’s Economic Growth Strategy was published in July, 2002 with input from the Baltimore Development Corporation, Department of Planning, and an advisory committee. It numbered 48 pages, with custom maps and mostly self-shot photographs.
Effectively Reducing Crime in Baltimore was: A five dimensional plan to eradicate the narcotics trade and improve the comfort and security of Baltimore’s neighborhoods.
Pier 6 was a Baltimore City managed venue for international musicians performing in Baltimore. The pavilion is on the waterfront at the Inner Harbor area. Each year was summarized in a 3-color program, and many collateral materials, including advertisements, were produced in conjunction with the concert series. The Baltimore Office of Promotion was responsible for […]
Unless I’m mistaken, there were 7 years of these: FY’08 to FY’14. Colors (and photos) changed each year. Red was first, and terracotta most recent. Maryland’s annual “budget books” included several volumes: Highlights and Capital Budget Program, among them. There were also Powerpoint presentations and/or poster boards with graphs and summaries to accompany the release […]