Project of the Month: Far & Dotter

Adler Display was approached to help Curio Wellness with one part of the rebranding of its company to Far & Dotter. The company is now accepting franchise applications in 10 states, including Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Missouri, New Jersey, Florida,...

Project of the Month: Northwestern Mutual

Adler Display assisted Northwestern Mutual by creating a historical timeline for its office. Our client says it better than we can:  "I work in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and our company wanted a timeline displayed on an office wall. I was searching for the right company...

Project of the Month: Sparksoft

Sparksoft, a leading software development, engaged Adler Display to design and create branded graphics and displays for its new Headquarters in Columbia, Maryland.  Adler Display created a glowing dimensional logo behind the company's reception desk to make a...

Project of the Month: The Hill School

Adler Display partnered with the Hill School to create a series of exhibits and signage to celebrate science, technology, engineering, and math. The project was commissioned as part of an $18 million dollar construction project to renovate and expand two iconic...

Project of the Month: McDaniel College

Project of the Month: McDaniel College

Adler Display completed several projects for McDaniel College as part of the college’s recent $11 million expansion and renovation of the Roj Student Center, formerly the Decker College Center. The project included several recognition displays and a “Life on the Hill”...

Project of the Month: Trinity Missions

Project of the Month: Trinity Missions

Adler Display worked with Trinity Missions to develop a series of displays, graphics, and signage to help celebrate its Centennial Anniversary. The project was commissioned as part of a renovation to the organization’s headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland. The...

Project of the Month: B&O Railroad Museum

The B&O Railroad Museum asked Adler Display to design and fabricate a reading and activity area for young visitors, called the B&O Junior Junction. The display features a tunnel as the entrance into the kids’ area. An engine and box cars hold books and other...