• 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:

    Via

  • 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?

  • Memphis People's Logo

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    John Weeden has begun a campaign on Indiegogo to coordinate a design contest for a "Memphis People's Logo" that could better reflect the creative spirit of our city than the current official city seal adopted in 1962.

    Learn more here.
    Any thoughts on this grass-roots effort?

  • Overton Square Gets a New Logo for Its New Life

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    We at the Egotist are excited, and rightfully so, about the impending increase in awesomeness of Midtown's Overton Square. Along with Loeb Properties' projected $20 million investment to revive the arts and entertainment district are plans for a second location of Local, the relocation of Hattiloo Theater, and gourmet hotdog restaurant from Yolo's Taylor Berger.
    Overton Square's plans project the area to be more bike-friendly, more pedestrian-friendly, and all around an even greater asset to our city than it already is.

    Naturally, the Square needed a new logo. Enter Red Deluxe.
    Nice job, guys.

  • New Local Job Posting

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    Mahaffey is looking for a marketing coordinator. Think you have the skills? Check out the job posting here.

    Remember, members see job postings 3 days sooner. And membership is free?
    Come on, drink the kool-aid. Join here.

  • Baptist Memorial Health Care Celebrates 100 Years

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    Red Deluxe partnered with Baptist Memorial Health Care to produce a spot commemorating the hospital's 100 years serving Memphis. Thoughts?

  • RedRover Honored by the IAVA

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    The International Academy of the Visual Arts has announced winners of the 2012 Communicator Awards, with four distinctions going to Memphis' RedRover Co.
    The company was awarded a gold award for Lori Turner-Wilson's Guerrilla Sales & Marketing column that appears in The Daily News and The Memphis News.
    RedRover also received awards for their work with Bleu Restaurant and Lounge and the theme and invitation design of MED Night, A Soul Celebration.

    Congratulations RedRover!
    See the article here.

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