in Baltimore on Tuesday Night, January 31st. Admission will be free,
but registration is required. Stay tuned for details!
It’s all about saturated shades and updating shift dresses and high necklines into short modern lengths. “Mod” is definitely in for this fall!
Here’s some examples of great logos using just dots for their logos. Implied Form is doing exactly what their logo says, implying form through the separate dots. The other brand is intended for pet retailers or veterinary services. Amazing what you can create by using one shape!
Now even major names are going back to their roots to identify with their consumers. Perfect example is Under Armour, which was founded by the former University of Maryland football player Kevin Plank. Under Armour recently has been advertising directly to Baltimore. They have the Raven's linebacker Ray Lewis being their spokes person. On I-95 they have a billboard of Ray Lewis saying, “Welcome to Baltimore.”
M&T Bank started the ad campaign, “Checking Built for Baltimore.” Here it shows Todd Heap, tight end for the Baltimore Ravens. Heap has it so why don’t you?
Baltimore Magazine features “When Oprah Was Ours” article, Jane Marion further explains how Baltimore’s WJZ-TV hired Oprah Winfrey in 1976 and was essentially the stepping stone to what is known as “Oprah.”
Probably the most well-known billboard in Baltimore, or even Maryland is Smyth Jewelers’ 2007 Where Baltimore gets engaged billboard, in which Natty Boh is proposing to the Miss Utz. Smyth Jewelers definitely reached their goal with the billboard by attracting the “20 somethings” into purchasing their diamonds, a 15% increase in their sales, and being the talk of Baltimore.
The billboard was such a hit that the advertising agency, MGH, who created it, organized the iconic marriage for the two that was held on May 14th at Power Plant Live! and created a TV commercial using the couple’s long lasting romance as well.
Where love not only exists on billboards, but also advertising.
snowjumpstump is the website that Mark uses to showcase his work, ranging in all mediums, along with blog section to the site for the purpose of showing new work, sharing information that inspires him, and also commenting and spreading news surrounding the Gaming Industry.
Oh, and recently Mark has become an Android Developer.
We can't wait to see everything he will bring to CurlyRed—we are truly blessed to have him on our team.