The Chesapeake House Travel Plaza uses a bold typographic palette and draws inspiration from the largest estuary in the country, the Chesapeake Bay.
Bright, bold and thematic graphics are integrated into the newly designed and reopened Maryland House Travel Plaza on I-95, also by Ayers Saint Gross.
Graphic Designers for a “box set” that documents ASU’s four campuses that includes a workbook, executive summary, and four master plan reports.
Every year, Ayers Saint Gross designs a Comparing Campuses poster that illustrates data and trends in higher education in a visually compelling and concise way.
Take Action, Ayers Saint Gross’s Sustainable Action Plan, is an illustrated call-to-action for responsible and sustainable corporate behavior through projects, deeds, practice, and research.
Ayers Saint Gross designed a poster for the AASHE conference that serves as a guide to creating more compelling graphic communication and inspiration to make sustainability initiatives more relatable.
This pro-bono makeover of Baltimore Design School’s 1950s cafeteria provides students with plenty of food for thought.
The Food For Thought poster campaign inspires sixth- and seventh-graders about the fields of graphic design, architecture and fashion.
A fresh, vibrant accordion-fold brochure encapsulates the transformation planned for Pratt Street, Baltimore’s “Avenue of the Inner Harbor.”
Interpretive and wayfinding signs complement the natural surroundings of this four-mile nature trail on the banks of the Stono River.
A branding redevelopment initiative with a new identity mark invokes the beauty of this site’s architectural heritage and the promise of renewal.