Baltimore City’s emblem is one of the most proliferated logos I had the honor of creating for my native city. It has been applied to countless materials, including signs, banners, printed materials, video and online media. It still survives on many of the city’s fleet vehicles today. The Baltimore City corporate identity has seen widespread […]
Baltimore Office of the Mayor
Frank was the Art Director from 1999-2007. The following examples and accomplishments were developed during this period.
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.
Main Street Banners were deployed in 7 commercial community districts throughout Baltimore City. Each neighborhood had different colored background to distinguish it, while keeping the same design.
As seen in Downtown Baltimore garages and parking meters throughout the city.
These commemorative lapel pins were just one example of the the gratitude Baltimore extended for the service and sacrifices of public safety personnel. One thing I don’t miss about being an “essential” employee is the need to respond to emergencies, both natural and man-made. In my case, I only had to create visual references, maps […]