It’s just the start of summer, but we’re already thinking ahead to Fall. Sure, the cooler temperatures and changing leaves are great, but we’re most excited for our future Fall intern! Throughout the last few years, The Peppermill Projects and Brand Joint Internship Program has grown and evolved. Each semester we seek out an aspiring Graphic Designer who is passionate about design and looking for real-world branding experience. [SEE FULL POST]
Peppermill Projects and our sister company, Brand Joint, are thrilled to have another intern join our team for the summer! This past week we welcomed Eldersburg, Maryland native, Kelsey Harmon. Kelsey is a a senior at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design studying Graphic Design. Her design interests include illustration, packaging design and branding, so it’s no surprise she’s a perfect Peppermill fit! [SEE FULL POST]
The Peppermill office is now technically international! Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Richy Arthurs joined the Peppermill Projects and Brand Joint team for an internship to learn what goes on behind the scenes of a design and branding agency. Richy studied Web Development at Maynooth University and was formerly employed at IBM in Dublin. [SEE FULL POST]
January 21st was truly inspirational. Millions of women (and men) of all ages and demographics marched and gathered around the world in solidarity of women’s rights. Below are a few pictures from Annapolis and the march in Washington, D.C. where we spotted our posters. If you printed one of our poster designs for the march, we’d love to see your march pictures! Feel free to send us images at email@example.com and we’ll add it to the blog. [SEE FULL POST]
The new year brings new changes and challenges to any business, small or large. Now that we’re into the first few weeks of 2017, it’s likely you have thought of some New Year’s resolutions for yourself and for your business. We challenge you to nix the cliche resolutions (though there’s nothing wrong with a gym membership!) and create tangible goals. Resolutions are easily broken, but goals are achievable and provide you with something to work towards.