Although our Graphic Designer extraordinaire, Merissa Tomlinson—or as we call her around the office, MT—isn’t a stranger to Los Angeles (more to come on that at a later date) there were definitely some new and exciting adventures to come her way during her latest visit!
Do know, the story you are about to read is true. Some of the names have been changed to protect the innocent, and to save us from any possible law suits.
MT and a few of her girlfriends flew out to LA to celebrate the birthday of one of their best friends who happens to work in the entertainment industry. Get your mind out of the gutter! We mean she works with celebrities, the ones you see on primetime TV.
They were able to let loose and relax for 4 full days! During that trip, they…0 comments
Whether it’s the traditional overly dry turkey, (or maybe they got it right this year), to the soupy mashed potatoes, or the cousin that just talks the entire time at the table with food shooting out onto your plate, *YUCK! we at DBD hope that you had a fantastic and relaxing Thanksgiving holiday. And to those who are still on vacation, neener neener boo boo to you!
See what happens when some of our DBDer’s put on their stretchy pants and eat themselves into a food coma to continue their Thanksgiving traditions or start new ones!0 comments
Nearly every college campus has a set of traditions and sports rivals.
The same goes for the alma mater of our Creative Director, Phil Mowrey (@philmowrey).
Every other year, Phil returns to the campus of Wabash College in Indiana to experience the football rivalry with DePauw University. One of his sons, David (@DavidIWright), and his daughter,Hannah (@Hmowrey), join him on the trip.
The rivalry between Wabash and DePauw is still as intense as it was when the two schools first met in 1890. In 1932, the Monon Railroad donated a 300 pound bell to the game, and the game has been known as the Monon Bell Classic (@MononBell) ever since. The Division III game airs annually on ESPN, and was Voted “Indiana’s Best College Sports Rivalry” by viewers in 2005.…3 comments
DBD recently teamed up with the Nashville Children’s Theatre to help them develop their newsletter, Wingspan, a piece that will be sent out quarterly. You can check out the sweet design below.
As a thank you for DBD’s work, NCT generously sent over tickets for their once a year event, “Big Kid Night”.
“Big Kid Night"…what’s that you might ask? NCT has this awesome once a year event where you can feel like a kid again (and the performance is slightly altered to fit a 21&up audience!). Your $25 purchase includes some cold Yazoo Brew, light food, and, of course, an entertaining show!
Katie and her gang attended the latest production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and said “…it was hysterical and…1 comment