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This area is a place to explore design ideas and inspiration, share recent work and testimonials, and let you know about upcoming CurlyRed and art-related events happening in Garrett County, MD and beyond.
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Join us at our brand new space at 108 South Second St. in the historic Republican newspaper building! Located in downtown Oakland, our office is now directly above The Gallery Shop and professional offices for The Garrett County Arts Council and Oakland Arts & Entertainment District. After the ribbon cutting with Garrett County's Chamber of […]
We're excited to announce that our CurlyRed Ribbon Cutting for our new space has been scheduled with the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce! Please save the date for Friday, October 2nd at 4:30pm! More details and official invite to follow next week.
The new branding for The Tiny Corner Bike Shop might be one the strangest requests we've ever gotten for a logo (a T-rex on a Victorian penny-farthing). But we can't help but LOVE how it turned out! This small-town bike shop (opening next month!) will support the greater Oakland, Maryland area and offer bike repairs, […]
CurlyRed had the immense honor of designing and developing a custom, responsive website for the Allegany Arts Council in Cumberland, MD.The Allegany Arts Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of and access to the arts in Allegany County, Maryland. We have served as one of 24 County arts agencies in the state […]
Garrett Mentors were the winners of our CurlyRed design giveaway this past spring, and we were so happy to use that design time to create all-new branding for their organization! Garrett Mentors is a non-profit organization founded in 2008 serving Garrett County, Maryland. They are committed to providing the Pre-kindergarten through grade five children in […]
Say hello to our newest graphic design intern, Ondrea! We're excited to have her on board this fall, and look forward to seeing what he'll accomplish during her time with CurlyRed. Here's a few things we've learned about Ondrea: Where do you go to school and when do you expect to graduate? I attend West […]
So this project was super cool because the Anglican Episcopal Cathedral of The Good Shepherd is our second ever international client (hailing all the way from Lima, Peru!) This congregation was looking for a simple landing page design with information and an easy-to-follow guide on how to give. When they approached us at CurlyRed, we […]
At CurlyRed, recently we have been busy bees! On top of serving our retainer clients, and taking on new branding and print projects, we launched 4 new websites last month (might be a record for us?) including these two: Allegany National Photography Competition & Exhibition (ANPCE) The ANPCE was established in 2015 as a way […]
Even though we're still a few months away from being ready to move into our new CurlyRed office, we've been dreaming of decor that compliments CurlyRed's style AND the beautiful historic architecture of the old Republican newspaper building. Perhaps a pinup-covered coffee table paired with some lux velvet curtains? A mid-century desk and a funky […]
Oakland, MD — CurlyRed, a local branding, print and web design firm are moving their downtown Oakland office location from 204 Alder St. to 108 South Second St. in the historic Republican newspaper building, directly above The Gallery Shop and professional offices for The Garrett County Arts Council and Oakland Arts & Entertainment District. M. […]
It's been several years since we created this branding for our friend Beth Scott, owner of the Wellness Living Company: It was a fun, whimsical project (and featured the silhouettes of her own 3 children, how cool is that?). But recently, Beth's product line of lotion, sunscreen, bug spray and especially her Elderberry Syrup […]
by M. Kendall Ludwig, president and principal designer of CurlyRed Are you tired of feeling isolated and in need of authentic community right now? I hear you. This isn't some list to fix things, or a way to ignore the pain and suffering that's happening around the world right now—but simply a few ideas that […]
At CurlyRed, we know things are hard right now—especially for small businesses and non-profits (and pretty much all of our clients fall into those categories). We'd like to help. So we're giving away a FREE PRINT DESIGN PACKAGE (a $500+ value) to one lucky small business or non-profit. It could be an ad design, a […]
—by M. Kendall Ludwig, president and principal designer, CurlyRed Weeks before life (as we knew it) would change for all of us, I thought it would be a good idea to completely give up any personal use of social media for Lent. During those 40 days, I discovered a few things that I hope will be […]
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CurlyRed has moved to working virtually with both our team and with client meetings, but we are keeping normal hours to serve you during this time. If your business or organization would like to discuss ways to adapt to this ever-changing climate, please don't hesitate to contact us. Photo by James Sutton on Unsplash