Stucture of the monogram derived from the visual language of longitide/ latitude lines and degrees.
Color + the logo-
Photos of large, open, and inspiring landscapes communicate Latitude's values of vast ambition, openess, and beauty.
Primary and secondary typefaces-
Set of monoline and icons-
Posters for each floor-
Gridded note paper-
26 unique glyphs on the bottom right corner of each spread-
Seal created for Ashton Design-
Experiment / Discover
Fluid patterns made of white background and colored lines represent the partnerhip between Grovo and its customers.
Color gradation represents positive and painless transformation within organizations, teams, and individuals.
Patterns in motion-
Photo strategey focuses on positive, diverse depictions of large groups, small groups, individuals, and the Grovo product in the workplace.
Personalized business cards-
Posters/ print ads-
The logo combines the iconic outline of Baltimore City with the eighth note symbol.
The photo strategy for he Baltimore School of Music focuses on people playing and performing music in spaces that students and patrons can relate to.
Student invitation/ gift card-