Edmondson for House Logo-4C


This Gets Our Vote

When a candidate for public office also happens to be a significant other, we’re bound to be supportive. We’re also on a first name basis, as evident in the logo we provided for Debra Edmondson, running for Texas House District 98 in Tarrant County. Debra’s an attorney, but also the former president of the board…

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The Cleese is Coming! The Cleese is Coming!

John Cleese is coming to Dallas! The iconic British comedian of Monty Python fame is receiving the Ernie Kovacs Award on December 4 at the Texas Theatre. It’s part of Dallas VideoFest, and tickets are available at www.videofest.org. For years we’ve done pro bono promotional work for VideoFest, including posters for the event and the Kovacs…

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Play Time!

Check out the cool animation of our poster for Kitchen Dog Theater’s current play, “Queen of Basel” by Hilary Bettis. Although we do lots of motion graphics, this animation was handled by Jonathan Taylor, who’s on the KDT marketing committee and has his own studio. The play’s a regional premiere and runs November 21-December 15; you can buy…

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CACDC Logo Color


A Positive Sign

Last week, our senior designer Brett Baridon braved the cold to help install some colorful signage he designed for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County at their new facility in Lewisville. Our work for CACDC includes creating a new logo that better expresses the healing and hope they provide every day for victims of child…

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Lake Austin Makes a Big Splash!

  Lake Austin Spa Resort was recently recognized as the #2 Destination Spa Resort in the World in the Condé Nast Traveler’s 2019 Readers Choice Awards. As the #1 spa is in India, it doesn’t take much massaging of the figures to realize that Lake Austin is the #1 Destination Spa Resort in North America! From designing…

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Labor of Love

Labor Day has come and gone, but our colleague Michele went into labor right after! Announcing with joy the birth of Mylina Joy Rivers on September 5, 2019. Be well, Michele; we hope to see you in person upon your return mid October to the labor of SullivanPerkins!

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Clutch Play

Over the years we’ve received many awards, from competitions both national and local. Providing needed services to our clients is the truer source of our satisfaction, along with being home to a very talented staff.  That said, we are pleased that Clutch, one of the online creative service directories which serves as a resource for…

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Say It Isn’t So, Mo!

World champion Maurice Hooker (aka Mighty Mo), who trains at Maple Avenue Boxing Gym, was defeated in a 6th round TKO by challenger Jose Ramirez, at an event held last month. Read about it here. At least Maurice has a winning logo, courtesy of SullivanPerkins. You can also check the website we created for Maple…

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This Former Jailhouse Rocks

Next month, the historic Dallas Municipal Building will reopen as the new home of UNT Dallas College of Law. The 105-year old building has been abandoned for years, but now after two years and $56 million of interior renovation, it’s ready. The renovation included preservation of the single cell block from what was once the…

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Graphics and Video were the Ways and Means

When the House Committee on Ways and Means worked on bills last year to modernize Consumer-Directed Benefits (CDBs) as a means of lowering costs and expanding access to healthcare coverage, our client WageWorks testified, guiding the legislation that was eventually advanced. WageWorks’ advocacy in the halls of government helps preserve and expand the tax advantages…

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