Hand-Lettering Extraordinaire: Kelsey Harmon

May 10, 2017, By Jennifer Culpepper

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]

Peppermill Projects Goes International

April 19, 2017, By Jennifer Culpepper

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]

Peppermill Projects’ New Hire: Shelby Reister

March 2, 2017, By Jennifer Culpepper

We are extremely excited to announce the newest Peppermill Projects Graphic Designer, Shelby Reister! Shelby is an Alabama transplant new to Annapolis. She recently graduated from Auburn University’s nationally ranked School of Industrial & Graphic Design. Shelby will work alongside our Creative Director to design logos, packaging, websites and assist in brand development for our amazing clients. [SEE FULL POST]

Spring Intern: Molly Stallings

February 28, 2017, By Jennifer Culpepper

Molly joins us for an internship during her very last college semester before graduating from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County this upcoming May. There, she majors in Visual Arts with a Concentration in Graphic Design. Molly is calling the Peppermill Projects office home until the end of April, where she’ll assist our creative team with promotional projects and real-life client work.

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Why Brands Get Political

February 9, 2017, By Jennifer Culpepper

Brands are increasingly being held accountable for their views on social issues and legislative decisions that affect their customers’ lives. It’s no surprise that this year’s Super Bowl ads had an overall theme with their messages. Brands are responding in mass with commercials promoting inclusiveness, diversity, acceptance unity and positivity. [SEE FULL POST]