Spring is almost here but we’re ready for summer! For a few months each summer, our office gets a bit brighter as we welcome a Graphic Design intern to the Peppermill Projects and Brand Joint teams. Our combined internship program provides aspiring Graphic Designers the opportunity to put their talents to use and gain real-world branding experience in a lively creative studio in Annapolis, Maryland.
We are excited to announce that our branding work for Old Stein Inn has been featured in HOW Design! This past year, our Drei Brüder logo was recognized in the 8th Annual HOW Logo Design Awards by judge Wally Krantz of Landor New York and selected as one of only 20 winners from over 1,200 submissions. [SEE FULL POST]
Annapolis mayoral candidate, Gavin Buckley, is unlike most political candidates. Originally from Australia, Gavin sailed to Annapolis in 1992 and fell in love with the city. Starting out as a waiter at Middletons, then opening a coffee shop in the historic district downtown, Gavin worked his way up to opening several restaurants in the city: Tsunami, Metropolitan, Lemongrass, and Sailor Oyster Bar. [SEE FULL POST]
Peppermill Projects is pleased to introduce our fall intern, Angus Walbeck! Angus joined our team to gain “real world” experience after graduating with a BFA in Graphic Design from Salisbury University. When he wasn’t in class, Angus developed advertising and promotional materials for Fat Fish Bar and Restaurant in Salisbury. [SEE FULL POST]
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]
At Peppermill Projects, we make it a habit to “Wine Down” on Friday afternoons to celebrate the weekend. National Wine Day falls on a Thursday this year, but that’s not going to stop us from taking part in a very underrated holiday. As we impatiently await happy hour, we’ll admire these 5 beautifully designed wine bottles (and cans)! Hey, it’s 5 o’clock somewhere…cheers! [SEE FULL POST]