• Duncan Williams Does Chicago

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    Interesting approach for an Investment Banker. Has the firm "jumped the shark" with this one?

  • S2N Develops Brand for BBQ Fest Team, Probably Gets Some Tasty Perks

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    Everyone knows that barbeque is a big deal in Memphis. Duh.
    But Memphis in May BBQ Fest isn't just about the food, it's also about the party, the teams, and the awesomely punny team names and tent concepts (see: Riberty, Aporkalypse Now, Reservoir Hogs, and so on).
    This year, BBQ Fest team The Beef N' The Chicken took their concept a step further by enlisting the help of S2N Design, who developed a logo and a brand that spoke to not only the team, but the judges as well as this year's Memphis in May honored country, the Philippines.
    The logo was designed for the B n' C to use at all cooking competitions, while the t-shirt and booth below were designed specifically for this year's BBQ Fest competition.

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    The Beef N' The Chicken's BBQ Fest booth, "The Pearl of the Orient"The Beef N' The Chicken's BBQ Fest booth, "The Pearl of the Orient"

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  • Overton Square - The New Square

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    Not too long ago, we talked about the new logo for Overton Square and all the greatness that promises to come along with it.
    Well, here's the first of it!
    Overton Square is hosting "The Ultimate Block Party" the afternoon of June 15, featuring Memphis band Star & Micey, local food vendors, and plenty of fun activities.
    So let's kick off the life of the New Square with a bang!

  • Eat Local! And Check out TSM's New Website

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    Trolley Stop Market, a favorite downtown lunch spot, has launched a new website with the help of S2N Design. S2N helped TSM take their site from a static landing page, that only linked to their Facebook page, to a dynamic and photography-heavy site were users can download menus, see daily specials and more.
    Beware, though. The photography by Nathan Berry is sure to make you hungry. Ten bucks says you'll want pizza for lunch after visiting.

  • MCA Grad Chosen to Design 2012 RiverArtsFest Poster

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    Jonesboro, AR native and Memphis College of Art graduate Jeni Stallings has been named the Fine Arts Poster artist for the 2012 RiverArtsFest. Stallings graduated from MCA in 1996 with a BFA in painting.
    Her poster design will be unveiled this Thursday at the L Ross Gallery.

    A small sampling of Stallings' work:

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  • Coupe Farts. Everyone Listens.

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    Recently, Boulder’s Coupe Studios challenged Egotist readers to pose sound questions via Twitter in preparation for their new “Ideas. Amplified.” campaign from gyro’s Denver office. The crowd-sourcing initiative launches today (you'll see it over there on the right) and features original animated soundscapes by Coupe, animated visuals by gyro AD and resident doodle maestro, Rob Lewis, and questions submitted by Egotist readers. Writer Ricky Lambert and ECD Cameron Day pitched in on the concept, along with Coupe’s multi-faceted sound designers and composers. Credit for the twittered questions appear in each banner. Tweet your question today for consideration in future banners — the weirder, the better.

  • Memphis - The Comeback

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    New 'Memphis - The Comeback' campaign:

    Thoughts?

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