The JEB Blog gives the back story on our creative projects of illustration and graphic design.
It was just announced that Fish for A Cure will be donating a minimum of $311,000 to Anne Arundel Medical Center's Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute in 2016! NEW Fundraising Record! - THANK YOU to each and every one of you who made this possible!
JEB Design, Inc. / Citizen Pride is a proud sponsor of F4AC since 2011. Over these 5 years, we have donated all our logo, branding and graphic design services to this important local Annapolis charity. Below are pictures from 2016 Fish for a Cure events which showcase the marketing products we created to make this charity a successful brand. Please visit Fish for A Cure's website to become a part of this fantastic charity!
It was a great honor for Joe Barsin to be asked to create an original illustration for the USNA Class of 1966's 50th Reunion. His work was unveiled to the Homecoming Celebration in Annapolis on October 22, 2016. Joe Barsin worked closely with Jim Gavin (pictured together) on developing the sketches for Executive Committee approval. The highlight of this experience involved touring the Academy and discussing the changes that have been made since 1966. We wanted to make sure the illustration reflected a midshipmen's experience during their time on the U.S. Naval Academy campus, which included Bancroft Hall, The Naval Chapel, Tecumseh statue, Navy Bill the Goat statue (which has been moved since 1966) and the right of passage for all midshipmen, placing the cover onto of the Herdon Monument.
Joe, The USNA Class of '66 truly appreciates your effort and great design for our 50th Reunion illustration. You captured our memories of the Naval Academy.
All the Best, Jim GavinClass of ’66 Executive Committee Officer
Joe Barsin of JEB Design, Inc. illustrated this cove for FUNWORLD magazine, published by International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
I enjoyed working with Prasana William and Jeremy Schoolfiled of IAAPA on this cover illustration. Below I have placed the sketches we worked through to reach this final version.
It was an honor to work with Scott MacMullan on the new idnetity for the popular The Annapolis Podcast. Below is what he said about the project and our interview.
This week's guest is the phenomenally talented, Annapolis-inspired graphic designer Joe Barsin. Joe has previously been on the podcast to discuss his many Annapolis-inspired graphic designs, his services and his products. This week Joe delves into how we brainstormed, and he created, the brand-spanking-new logo for The Annapolis Podcast. We also talk about his thoughts on Olympic logos and the First Sunday Arts Festival (which he did another stunning logo for.) Somehow Joe did the impossible and summarized the idea and the spirit of this podcast into one simple image. Hope you enjoy the new logo. Thanks, Joe Barsin! You and your wife have been great for Annapolis! — Scott MacMullan, host of APC
Well, you can’t get more behind the scenes than this!
We were presented with the finished mini-documentary of Citizen Pride, a project for three students in the Defense Information School of Fort Meade, MD. We are thrilled for them that from the 10 docs shown in their class, theirs won 1st PLACE! Congratulations to A1C Michael Jones (Air Force), MC3 Cody Howell (NAVY), and Samuel Jacob Hartley (ARMY). We enjoyed the entire process and feel honored to have been featured.
Last night I had a blast hanging with two amazing people - Joe and Eva of Citizen Pride (aka JEB Design)! We drank beer and talked about Joe's work for Lucky Owl, his passion for beer and label design overall.
I can't think of a better way to end the week. — Liz Murphy of Naptown Pint
We had a great time tasting Lucky Owl craft beer and discussing beer label design. Liz Murphy has an active blog, Naptown Pint, and a weekly column in the Capital Gazette. Please learn follow this link to learn more.
She recently was interviewed by Scott MacMallon for the Annapolis Podcast. She mentioens our discussion at the beginning of this interview.
Thank you, Liz!
JEB Design and Citizen Pride donated our branding and graphic services for the 4th year in a row. We are proud to be part of this Annapolis cultural event! - Joe Barsin
How inspiring! Who knew five years ago when we offered to help this wonderful organization with a logo and branding needs that they would grow to this level! Last night, Fish for A Cure presented Anne Arundel Medical Center a donation check for 1 MILLION dollars to help support the Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute. The AACC revealed a beautiful F4AC plaque and trophy display in the lobby to honor their efforts. THANK YOU to these dedicated leaders for making a big difference in our community!
JEB Design is proud to be part of the CBT's Annual Report design and development. Learn more about the great programs that CBT's Maryland Bay Plate makes possible.