Wild Things, We Think We Love You

How can we support the wild things and wild places of Texas? One way is to forward the worthy efforts of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, which supplements and supports the work of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Did you know that Texas is home to 11 distinct ecoregions, covering 268,500 square miles?…

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By George!

THE ART OF LEADERSHIP: A President’s Personal Diplomacy, is an exhibit on display this month at the Bush Library and Museum, on the SMU campus. SullivanPerkins was honored to produce the exhibition catalog, which contains portraits of 28 world leaders painted by former president George W. Bush. The exhibit also displays a self protrait by…

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We are too, too happy to cheer for Kelly!

  This month marks designer Kelly Allen’s 22nd anniversary with SullivanPerkins. A gifted designer, talented illustrator and all-around great guy, Kelly probably didn’t deserve this surprise card we cobbled together. His own work is considerably more distinguished, and has appeared on the cover of the CA Design Annual, and in competitions in Print, AR100, Graphis,…

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Green Wins Gold!

UNT College of Business Wins MarCom Gold Award With about 5,300 students, the UNT College of Business is one of the largest business schools in the nation, offering undergraduate and graduate programs, and contributing to the vibrancy of the business community in Dallas/Fort Worth and beyond. MarCom is an international creative competition that may be…

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In Memoriam

  Richard W. “Dick” Snyder first visited our offices in the mid 80s, when SullivanPerkins was young and the validation of being hired by a client was just as meaningful if not more so than the income to be earned. It was summer, we were in the tiny conference room of our first, 800-square-foot office,…

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Moving Image

This past weekend marked the 26th Dallas VideoFest. Thousands of images have come and gone from the screens at the Alamo Drafthouse, primary site for this year’s festival. This image remains. It was our poster for the festival, appearing on walls, t-shirts, and on the cover of the 76-page program we also produced.    

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IRCE Top 10 Takeaways

Last month, we attended IRCE 2013 in Chicago, where 200 speakers presented during a 4-day event focused on internet retailing. After the conference, IRCE sent attendees 10 key insights to be considered by every online retailer (SullivanPerkins has many clients in that most dynamic of spaces). Here are those insights: 1. Video leads to better…

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Way to Go, Mighty Mo!

We like to think SullivanPerkins logos are powerful communications tools. Rarely have we seen that power so visibly demonstrated as when Mighty Mo Hooker took out John Montes with a TKO in the sixth round of their welterweight fight at Beamers in Dallas on June 8. That’s right, we designed the logo on Mighty Mo’s…

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Oh, Pretty Woman

The UNT Foundation recently hosted an event at the Meyerson in downtown Dallas in support of the Emerald Eagle Scholars program, which provides financial support to deserving UNT undergraduates. At the event, outstanding UNT alums were honored. Lisa Loeb paid homage to Roy Orbison, whose family was present. NFL Hall of Famer Mean Joe Greene…

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Oh Boy

When it first came to our attention that former SullivanPerkins staffer Somere Sanders had published a children’s story, with illustrations from former SullivanPerkins staffer Robert Soto, we thought – how sweet. But then things got strange. According to Somere’s bio on Amazon, where her book can be purchased, Somere now “lives in a purple polka…

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