The Baltimore Sun By Reginald Fields July 23, 2003 Customized cover marks entry to inferno Cast-iron commemoration above train tunnel recalls raging fire of 2 years ago The new cover was designed by mayor’s office Webmaster Frank Perrelli, who also designed and manages the city’s Web site. The tunnel’s openings are on Howard Street near […]
Baltimore Office of the Mayor
Frank was the Art Director from 1999-2007. The following examples and accomplishments were developed during this period.
According to Yahoo! Internet Life’s “Best and Worst” issue, released in May, 2002.
Once our emblem for Baltimore was created, it was applied to new construction signs for all Department of Public Works projects throughout the city. Contractors were provided the template for the 4×6′ notice. Messaging was context-specific. If the development was near a residential area, it would read “Neighborhoods First,” and if it was a commercial […]
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 […]