Bubba’s, Birthdays, and Anniversary Bashes

Senior designer Brett Baridon allowed us to celebrate his 20th anniversary one recent Friday toward the end of September, as we brought in fried chicken from Bubba’s. That was appropriate — since Brett is one of the most skilled graphic designers anywhere (handling Nokia, Commercial Metals, et. al.), and Bubba’s has some of the best…

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Never Trust Anyone Under 30

According to figures reported by the Small Business Administration, which defines small business as a firm with fewer than 500 employees, about half of all new businesses fail to survive five years, and two-thirds fail to reach ten years in business. A university study published in 2013 provided reasons for failures, by percentage. Incompetence was…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Go, Mighty Mo!

Tune in Friday, January 17 at 9pm Central to ShoBox: The New Generation on Showtime see our friend Mighty Mo Hooker open the show! He’ll be squaring off against Abel Ramos, one of the top light welterweight prospects in the country. It will be a challenge, but our fighter has a lot of Mighty Mo-mentum…

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Thank You, Mayor Rawlings

Mayor Rawlings: Thank you for the hard work to see this through, for the brilliance of your remarks today, and, above all, for the pitch perfect demeanor you brought to The 50th: Honoring the Memory of President John F. Kennedy. SullivanPerkins

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