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Kaylie Forner

Kaylie Forner is the Marketing Associate and Traffic Manager at Feats Inc., a leading creative strategy and engagement agency focusing on live experiences and environments that engage audiences and produce measurable results. She received a Bachelor of Science (BS), Business/Corporate Communications from Stevenson University

Kaylie Forner,	Feats
Feats
Baltimore

CallisonRTKL

RTKL is a leading architectural design firm and winner of multiple SEGD Global Design Awards. Driven by a passion for great design, the creation of great places and the creative process, RTKL implements innovative ideas across multiple services and lines of business.

Gable

Gable is a Maryland-based company that specializes in the development, production, installation and maintenance of custom signs and architectural graphics for clients throughout the United States and beyond.

Color-Ad Fabricated and Installed Signs Honoring Harriet Tubman in Wyman Park Dell

Signs honoring Harriet Tubman installed in Wyman Park Dell, where Confederate statues once stood

What happens when Confederate monuments are removed from public places? In the city of Baltimore, officials recently replaced bronze statues of military generals with interpretive signage fabricated and installed by SEGD member firm Color-Ad. The outdoor signs honor Harriet Tubman and trace the history of monuments in Wyman Park Dell. Writing for the Baltimore Sun, Christine Condon recorded the comments of Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke about the new signage: “We’re very proud of it,” Clarke said.

Trail Signage for the Gwynns Falls Trail

Trail Signage for the Gwynns Falls Trail

The City of Baltimore needed better identification for its robust network of hiking and bike trails. Cloud Gehshan (Philadelphia) created a new graphic language for the Gwynns Falls Trail, one of the busiest trails in the system.

The updated signage will improve the visibility, recognition and cohesion of the trails. The signs offer directions to adjacent highways, attractions and transit, which will increase the utility of the trails for commuters and weekend cyclists.

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