09.17.09

Kitchen Dog Theater’s New Season, New Show and New Website

Kitchen Dog Theater’s much-anticipated 09/10 season is finally underway, and the opener, Vigils, wasn’t the only show that premiered recently. Their new SP-designed website went live as well, boasting ample magenta, the Soviet-esque font East Bloc, and – more importantly – new images capturing the evocative subject matter we’ve come to expect from a Kitchen…

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09.14.09

He Wrote Beyond The Genius Of The Sea

Contributor: Michael Langley Recently, I was asked by Rough to answer a few questions about my inspirations. I thought I’d share them here, too. – – – – – Where was the first place that you worked in Dallas? When did you work there and what was your title? I responded to a writer-wanted ad…

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09.09.09

Graffiti From Around the World

Contributor: Rob Wilson When I travel, I sometimes find the byways between points of interest as interesting as the places I’m going. Whether I’m walking along broken walls in Spain headed to an old church, or veering down side streets in Brooklyn on the way to a cafe, I’m always amazed at the ingenuity and…

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09.01.09

Jump! Oh wait, nevermind.

When an account executive is standing alongside Dallas North Tollway and shouting at the top of her lungs at a man standing on a billboard, you know you’re executing a fun idea. As part of an ad campaign for Austin Ranch, a new apartment community in North Dallas, we were asked to create a series…

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08.28.09

Polaroid is dead; long live polaroids

Remember the days before everyone had a digital camera stuck on their cellphone? No? That’s ok. Sometimes it’s hard to imagine life Before Email. Thanks to the effort of a group of retropeneurs, you’ll soon be able to buy the camera everybody wanted… 30 years ago. Taking a picture and seeing the results immediately was…

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08.28.09

Self Promotion, Recession Style

The capital-‘e’-Economy may have companies cutting back on ad budgets, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for innovation. We found this enterprising individual along our morning commute. For the typography lovers out there, this demonstrates how the delivery of a message matters as much as the message itself. I doubt “HIRE ME, SMU MBA…

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08.24.09

Kitchen Dog Theater’s poster children (and one of our designers) featured on KERA

SullivanPerkins Creative Director and occasional blogger Rob Wilson has a guest feature on KERA’s Art&Seek blog. In it, Rob discusses our design for the 2009-10 Kitchen Dog Theater brochure, which hit mailboxes last week. Check it out for a conversation about the creative process, risk-taking theater and the color magenta. Oh, and there’s also a…

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08.21.09

3 by 3×3 Awards

We’re proud to announce that three of our posters for Kitchen Dog Theater’s 2008 lineup have been honored with “Distinguished Merit” awards by 3×3 Magazine in its upcoming ProShow issue. The showcase, which highlights notable illustration work, received more than 2,000 entries, of which only 14% were admitted. The awards issue is due out later…

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08.21.09

Happy Bennington Battle Day!

Wait… you didn’t know it was Bennington Battle Day? That’s ok, neither did we. Luckily, GOOD.is breaks down every U.S. state and national holiday in a handy graphic.

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08.21.09

This headline stinks

New eye tracking research proves what newspapers and advertisers have insisted for a hundred years: headlines are everything. In 2006, UI guru Jakob Nielson found that almost all users followed an F-shaped pattern as they read a web page. They first read in a horizontal movement, then moved down and read in a second (but…

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