Edward Towles is a graphic artist with over 20 years of experience creating design and art projects for corporations and non profits using his wide range of visual tools–-computer graphics; illustrations; print-making; letterpress and photography. Towles’ design services include brochures and advertising promotion; publications and book design; logos and corporate identity; editorial illustration and website development. In addition Towles is an artist who regularly exhibits his art of original prints; ceramic tiles and plates, self-published books and greeting cards.
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"For over 20 years we have been creating graphic design for corporations, non-profits and small businesses."


Edward Towles Graphic Design is a full-service graphic art studio with more than 20 years experience offering complete design services–brochures and advertising promotion; publications and book design; logos and corporate identity; editorial illustration and website development. Our aim is to continue producing outstanding high quality graphics on schedule and within budget specifications, as we have done for such companies as On Wheels Magazine, Baltimore City Community College, Johns Hopkins University, Pepsi Cola USA and The World Bank.
SERVICES Advertising Promotion Book Design Brochures Corporate Identity Editorial Illustration Magazine Design Signage Website Development


My illustration style ranges from pen and ink to watercolor to computer generated art to linoleum cut prints and have appeared in the New York Times, Holt Rinehart and Winston and Town and Country.


 “I use letterpress along with linoleum cuts prints and my drawings to create projects." With letterpress, I am creating small books, greeting cards, broadsides and special projects suited to the medium. My current line of note cards of African American icons are hand printed on paper from The French Paper Company in Michigan.


"An early interest in satire and political art fuels my work–dealing with some aspect of the human condition–greed, strife, relationships and hope. The tactile nature of cutting linoleum adds a certain dimension that forces me to get to the essence of the idea.


Those Before Us is a self-published book by Ed Towles of 40 linoleum cut prints including African American icons Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman and Miles Davis. The Those Before Us theme has expanded to art exhibits, lectures and workshops reflecting the black experience. The art exhibited ranges from fine art prints to ceramic art and letterpress art.
Ed Towles (right) being interviewed by NPR's Tom Hall for Morgan University's exhibition on Black Enterprise magazine. We are available for art and corporate venues throughout the year, with easily transportable set-up displays. My work has been shown at galleries, private functions and large-scale festivals.
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