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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Back at you, Bart. Praise from the 21st annual Dallas Video Festival

Bart Weiss, Founder and President of the Video Association of Dallas, saluted SullivanPerkins for the poster and T-shirt we created to promote the 21st annual Dallas Video Festival, the biggest and oldest in the nation. Bart writes on his blog: “This year’s design is not just great, it is inspiring. When we went to SullivanPerkins…

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And the winner is…

The International Economic Development Council named a web site SullivanPerkins designed and produced for the Denton Economic Development Partnership winner of the 2008 Excellence in Economic Development Award. A panel of economic development experts consisting of members from both the public and private sectors selected the project. The award will be presented at a reception…

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SullivanPerkins barks for Kitchen Dog Theater’s 2008–2009 season

Kitchen Dog Theater, which shares space with the McKinney Avenue Contemporary at 3120 McKinney Avenue, is a longstanding pro-bono client and neighbor of SullivanPerkins. An oversized multi-page mailer and a series of five posters—each promoting a specific play—help KDT announce its 2008–2009 season. Posters were silk-screened by SullivanPerkins designers Rob Wilson and David Braddock, in…

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Helen Daly joins SP team

Writer and account manager Helen Daly didn’t join SullivanPerkins just because she’d get to work on really cool projects with a bunch of great creatives. She joined because of the Pets.com Sock Puppet. Long after Pets.com had come and gone, Helen still remembered its saucy spokesdog—and she jumped at the chance to work for the…

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We have a question for you

According to Bain consultant Fred Reichhold, a pioneer in the field of customer loyalty, one of the easiest ways to predict the success of a business is to ask customers this simple question: “How likely is it that you would recommend us to a friend or colleague?” Curious how SullivanPerkins would rate, we posed this…

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