We’re proud of our ecosystem in Camp Springs. Booking incredible talent at Camp Springs Tavern, repurposing historical images and telling the story of patrons old and new through our brand work and print making. Stop out and see us this summer – we’ll surely surprise you.
Special thank you goes out to Brian Steege for his unwavering support and friendship to myself and Neltner Small Batch (really, the entire Neltner Family). His influence (and images) run deep in our work. Brian is an massively talented creator but also a mentor in the world of small business. And not just any small […]
Well, thank you Citybeat.
We had a blast combining our love of beer and music into this vintage flavored limited edition show poster for Luke Combs. A simple tilt of the paper and this would sit nicely on an oversized long neck.
We’re honored to have collaborated on the large lobby mural at the Holocaust & Humanity Center. We were even more honored to join survivors, donors, builders, and creatives for such an awesome celebration at the newly remodeled Union Terminal.
Happy to share a recent image we received from Connie Witte (her Mom is on the right) – our historic Tavern as the backdrop. Circa 1940s.
My wife and I (and a massive support system) are celebrating 3 years of owning our local Camp Springs Tavern. Literally over the hill its been a labor of love bringing new blood and energy into the community. Beyond thrilled with our collaboration print – illustrated by Oliver Meinerding. Cheers.
Its always amazing to see a brand we helped build starting with the name. Congratulations to Jason McCall and his entire family.
We spent some time in Virginia Beach touring and documenting the historic Cavalier Hotel (thanks Brian Steege). The massive restoration is impressive and our Tarnished Truth Distilling Co partners have a new home in the basement level.