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As an avid New York Yankees fan I find it hard to even write about the 2013 Major League Baseball season. I can go on and on about Mo’s untimely exit or the DL list that just got longer and longer as the season went on but even I’m sick of all the whining and I will not bore you with the details. The baseball season has come to an end in Maryland as well but Ashton Design, a multi-disciplinary design consultancy based in Baltimore, Maryland is still rejoicing.

Ashton Design, well-known for their environmental graphics in settings ranging from sports arenas and school campuses to public spaces and retail centers, recently completed the environmental graphics for the newly renovated Dodger Stadium.

Dodger Stadium/ Photographed by Tom Bonner - Job ID: 5908

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Remember Joe Torre? Better yet, remember the Yellow Pages?

There is so much to love about this 1976 ad which was part of AT&T’s “Faces” campaign for the Yellow Pages. The ad featured Joe Torre, then a player on the New York Mets, as the owner of his Brooklyn sporting good store. Black and white spreads ads appeared in Time, U.S. News & World Report and Newsweek. The campaign was created by Cunningham & Walsh with creative credits going to art director Jorge Perez-Vinalet and copywriter John Mezzina and photography by Carl Fischer.

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