Maple Avenue Website

06.16.16

The Website is a Knock Out

We recently had a big night for boxing here in the Big D, with Fight Night at the Texas Theatre on May 24th, presented by The Undercard Promotions. Our client, Maple Avenue Boxing & Fitness, was well-represented. MAB&F trains professional fighters, but also offers great boxing fitness classes for regular people, too. Check out the website…

Read More

tpwf-25th-anniversary-logo

05.12.16

Fishing for Dollars

The Super Bowl of bass fishing is coming to DFW this month! The Toyota Texas Fest, held May 20-22 at Lake Ray Roberts, will feature 38 professional anglers vying for prize money. Toyota is also donating $250,000 to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), with funds going to support youth fishing and urban outreach…

Read More

Keep It Wild

09.01.15

They’ve Got Game

Ten years ago, when Hurricane Katrina caused devastating damage in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast, Texas Game Wardens spent hundreds of hours rescuing victims of the disaster. For the first time in their 100 year history, our Game Wardens crossed state lines to help with disaster relief. See a video that tells this incredible…

Read More

Pro Bono

06.05.15

A Pro At Pro Bono

Senior designer Kelly Allen is an old dog with new tricks when it comes to producing posters for Kitchen Dog Theater, one of our longstanding pro bono clients. Kelly leads the collective SullivanPerkins effort for KDT. Above, designer Bryant Canzoneri’s work for the show running now through June 27.  The Firestorm at KDT is a National…

Read More

wild thing

07.10.14

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?…

Read More

barbecue apocalypse

07.01.14

Kitchen Dog is a Golden Retriever

We are doubly proud to announce that the Dallas Society of Visual Communications has awarded SullivanPerkins two gold medals for our work on Kitchen Dog Theater’s 2014 Season collateral. One gold went to the campaign itself. A second gold was awarded as a Judge’s Choice; our work was the favorite of judge Trina Uzee, from…

Read More

Open Libraries

05.30.14

Everybody Needs Friends

Friends of the Dallas Public Library, the Municipal Library Board, library branch friends groups and other concerned citizens, including SullivanPerkins, are supporting a campaign to restore the Dallas Public Library’s hours of operation, services and programs to the 2008 level. Using the logo shown here as a rallying cry, (and reproduced on t-shirts and campaign…

Read More

housing the homeless

04.28.14

Housing the Homeless

Our identity for Hickory Crossing brings good design to a good cause – housing for the chronically homeless. Hickory Crossing, funded by the W.W. Caruth Jr. Foundation Fund at Communities Foundation of Texas, the James and Elizabeth Sowell Foundation, City of Dallas, Dallas County, and others, broke ground in April. A multi-unit facility in Dallas, between…

Read More

SP1392 GIDION.Final+

04.22.14

Knot noticed.

  Reporter Erik Piepenburg writes the “Behind the Poster” series, a New York Times blog post that highlights theater artwork and the designers who make it. The series appears regularly in the Times’ ArtsBeat blog. A simple web search led the reporter to the SullivanPerkins poster design for Gidion’s Knot, now showing at Kitchen Dog Theater. As he wrote…

Read More

annual report

01.28.14

Some Info About Infographics

When the Catholic Foundation requested an “infographic poster” as part of a promotion for Catholic Foundation Sunday, we used a door, with stained glass insets as holding devices for data. The door continued the 2013 annual report theme of “welcoming” all in the Catholic community to become donors to the Catholic Foundation. Maria Popova produces…

Read More