This summer we entered a t-shirt design contest at our favorite San Francisco bar (where Shitty Kitty was born!), Shotwell’s– and we won! Here’s the design that goes on a classic white tee: You can pick up your very own next time you swing by … Read More →
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Still not got enough Spider-Man musical related news in your life? We’ll you’re in luck, because recently I (Steven) was commissioned to do the artwork for an upcoming NYC FringeFest play The Legend of Julie-Taymor, or The Musical That Killed Everybody! Here’s the poster I … Read More →
Last year we won Brooklyn’s own Sixpoint Brewery design contest with our Mr. Sixpoint design. This year’s theme is “Beer Is Culture”. So we decided to go with a very classic version of culture: Ancient Egypt. Et voila! In order to win the contest our … Read More →
There’s some very important stuff going down this week in the world of net neutrality. In the words of our friends at Public Knowledge: On February 16th, Congress will hold a hearing on Net Neutrality where Members will make known their intentions to repeal the … Read More →
Dear theatre lovers: Our friend Hal Fickett founded the Green Theatre Collective a few months ago which in his words “embodies the concept that theatre and the preservation of our Earth can co-exist.” We designed his logo for him! Tomorrow (Tue. 11/15) they’re having a … Read More →
HUGE thanks to everyone who voted for our entry in the Sixpoint Craft Ales design contest. WE WON! Our Mr. Sixpoint is now the face of the Brewery’s digital profile. We are celebrating by wearing our new Sixpoint gear and drinking the home-brews they sent … Read More →
So you made have heard about the whole Google possibly interfering with net neutrality business by cutting some deals with Verizon. Have no fear! The good folks of Public Knowledge are looking out for all your digital rights– which is why we were more than … Read More →
James Joyce wrote a book called “Ulysses” for which you may or may not have read the Cliffnotes some time in high school. Once a year, literary lovers around the world do their darndest to reenact the events of the novel which took place over … Read More →
New stuff up on our design tab. A bookmark for Mission: Comics and Art in San Francisco: A pamphlet and logo for the La MaMa Theatre in New York: And so much more.
For example, the fan mail postcard we did for author Jon Scieszka: Playbills? Business cards? Event posters? Done, done and DONE! Check out our new tab for all the info here.
Nothing says “Merry Christmas/Happy Hannukah/Happy New Year/Delightful Eid/Good Whatever Else You’re Celebrating” like a Telephone and Soup online greeting card! Here’s how it works: Step 1: Choose a card. Step 2: Email us the email addresses of the recipients and your chosen design. Step 3: … Read More →
This week is San Francisco’s 10th annual literary festival called Lit Quake. This Saturday night (October 17th, 6-9:30 pm) is the Lit Crawl through the Mission– think pub crawl, but with books and readings instead of booze. Check out the full schedule here, and download … Read More →