These spot illustrations show my relationship with various neighborhoods of Baltimore. Vibrant tones help to introduce fun at the forefront of each spot illustration.
Fed Hill: The Cross Street Market has been a staple in the Federal Hill neighborhood for years. Folks in the community would come to get local groceries and deli selections. However, in recent years the market has undergone a "facelift" that included updating signage inside and out and now hosts a rotating selection of small businesses.
Riverside: The Domino Sugars sign is an iconic landmark to see across the harbor. The sign was recently renovated to be more energy efficient, however the typographic forms stayed largely the same.
Remington: Inspired by the crocodile mural at the intersection of 28th & Sission St.
Charles Village: Inspired by the brightly painted row-homes that adorn the streets near the 32nd street farmers market.
Hampden: Inspired by the humble street corner sign, where you'll see one of the few physical displays of the famous street's moniker.