The Annapolis Podcast: New logo by Joe Barsin

New logo for The Annapolis Podcast!

New logo for The Annapolis Podcast!

It was a great honor to work with Scott MacMullan, host and founder of The Annapolis Podcast. Below is what he said about this project we worked on together.

Horizontal version of the new logo

Horizontal version of the new logo

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!
Joe's logo/graphic design work is showcased at www.jebdesign.com
Joe Barsin's gift and products company, Citizen Pride, can be found here: www.citizenpride.com 

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW:

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Below are images of the logos and products that were mentioned in the interview.

2016 Annapolis Film Festival identity and swag created by joe barsin

2016 Annapolis Film Festival identity and swag created by joe barsin

Banner and logo design for "First Sunday Arts Festival" on west street, annapolis

Banner and logo design for "First Sunday Arts Festival" on west street, annapolis

realtor logo for USNA grad based in annapolis

realtor logo for USNA grad based in annapolis

alpha industries, first corporate identity created by Barsin in 1993 while working at siquis ltd in baltimore.

alpha industries, first corporate identity created by Barsin in 1993 while working at siquis ltd in baltimore.

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Joe Barsin

Illustrations by Joe Barsin are special because he combines a passion for history, culture and community with a deep seeded pride in America. Living abroad in Europe during his formative years developed his understanding of an artist’s role in defining a community’s culture and history. Being an Eagle Scout developed his sense of community, patriotism and appreciation for the natural world. Joe is a native of Akron, Ohio, who graduated from Kent State University with a degree in graphic design. He and his wife, Eva, started their own design firm, JEB Design, Inc., in 1998, and continue to work from home while raising their two boys.