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…

Read More


Dozen In

The Dallas Society for Visual Communications admitted 12 SullivanPerkins pieces—including annual reports, posters, ads, an invitation & t-shirt, a logo and an art catalog—to the 2009 Dallas Show, which took place June 6. Fewer than one-third of all submissions were admitted to the prestigious DSVC show. We’re delighted to report that three of ours won…

Read More


Poster for Swiss Avenue brings down the house

As longtime friends of the Swiss Avenue Historic District, SullivanPerkins has once again created a promotional poster for the Mother’s Day Swiss Avenue Home Tour, where visitors marvel at the perfectly preserved homes in Dallas’ first-ever historic district. Seven stunning homes will be on display May 9 & 10. You can buy advance tickets for…

Read More


SullivanPerkins Goes Global with Customer Recognition Program

Layered Tech came to SullivanPerkins to develop the name, logo, branding and welcome package for an invitation-only customer recognition program. Christened LT Premier, the new program was launched to customers around the world with the mailing of a gift box containing a personalized letter and membership card, a program brochure and a chocolate bar embossed…

Read More


Building the future, one poster at a time

As part of our ongoing commitment to the Southwest Celtic Music Association, SullivanPerkins has designed a poster promoting the North Texas Irish Festival, March 6–8 at Fair Park in Dallas. Now in its 27th year, the festival celebrates Celtic art, music, dance, food and drink. This year’s theme is “Building a better future,” and proceeds…

Read More


My God, Grandpa’s nudes!

Our long-time friends and neighbors at The McKinney Avenue Contemporary needed an exhibit catalog for their upcoming show Olin Travis: People, Places and Visions. SullivanPerkins created a 32-page catalog that features an essay written by Travis’s granddaughter and dozens of his celebrated paintings, including Travis’s pensive visions of female nudity. See the exhibit at 3120…

Read More


Sit. Stay. Drink. Roll Over.

When our pro-bono client Kitchen Dog Theater sought to promote their 11th annual fundraiser, they barked at SullivanPerkins. This year’s event, El Hooch Y Pooch Fiesta, takes place at The Apartment on March 13 and will feature Latin food, good wine, and the signature Hooch & Pooch margarita. We designed an email invitation that integrates…

Read More


Denton claims attention at Love Field Baggage Claim

Travelers arriving at Love Field in Dallas can enliven their time in the baggage-claim area by watching an animated take on the advantages of doing business in Denton. The Denton Economic Development Partnership worked with SullivanPerkins to develop the high-def piece, which runs on widescreen monitors at all baggage kiosks. The animation depicts the benefits…

Read More


Ursuline breaks ground on green building

This fall, Ursuline Academy of Dallas broke ground on its French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center, which is one of the first high-school buildings in Texas to be considered for LEED certification as a green building. At the French Family Center’s groundbreaking ceremony, Ursuline students wore commemorative t-shirts from SullivanPerkins, which works with the…

Read More


Dallas Opera Tickets On Sale

Single tickets for the 2008–2009 Dallas Opera Season went on sale to the general public on September 22, with subscriptions starting at just $75. The Fifty-Second International Season includes 20 performances of five productions: The Marriage of Figaro, Die Fledermaus, Roberto Devereux, La Bohème, and The Italian Girl in Algiers. Last season, Mark Perkins’s own…

Read More

<< First | | Last >>