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Code and Art Come to the Bay Bridge

By on Mar 5, 2013 in Loud Dog Culture

We love any opportunity to explore the relationship between code and design here at Loud Dog, so when we heard about Leo Villareal’s project to put choreographed LED lights on the Bay Bridge, we knew we were in for a treat. Wanting to learn more, I headed to SFMOMA to learn more about the artist…

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The Loud Dog Fall Soundtrack

By on Oct 18, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

The rise of the open office has made headphones and music an essential part of the workday for many and it’s no different here at the Loud Dog office. Though we love collaborating at a coworker’s desk or brainstorming on our comfy red couches, most of the time, we’ve all got headphones on and are…

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redHOT* party 2012: a look back

By on Oct 10, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

As you may now know, La Casa de las Madres, a non-profit organization dedicated to women’s rights against domestic violence, is one of our favorite non-profits in San Francisco. We had such a great experience working with La Casa on their event identity in 2009 for redHOT* party that we’ve continued to support their marketing…

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Doggie Treats

By on Jun 21, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

Check out the latest roundup of visual stuff that motivates and inspires Loud Doggies… Jodi, our art director: “I used to have a set of blocks that were similar to this in their look, but I did not use them for math class. Seeing this photo, I love the tactile quality that comes through. There…

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Gocco printing the Loud Dog Holiday Chard

By on Jan 18, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

This past holiday season, the Loud Dog team decided that it would be fun to do something crafty for our holiday card. Would it be felted? Letterpress? A diorama? Fresh baked cookies? In the end, we decided on a simple old-fashioned card. Did I say card? I meant to say chard. One Loud Doggie’s typo…

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A Fancy Foreign Holiday Party

By on Jan 5, 2012 in Loud Dog Culture

Well our holiday party was held in San Francisco so it wasn’t so foreign, but it was definitely fancy at Foreign Cinema SF. With a special menu for our party, we dined on bomb appetizers, steak, chicken, wine, and desserts. We even toasted to the year and the holidays with a little bubbly… sooo fancy!…

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This morning, on the way to Loud Dog…

By on Dec 12, 2011 in Loud Dog Culture

…I saw some cool stuff. I usually take the train into San Francisco to get to the office, and part of the commute is a nice walk through the city. Check out what I saw!

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A look back at this year’s redHOT party*

By on Sep 6, 2011 in Loud Dog Culture, Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

Loud Dog was a proud sponsor of this year’s redHOT party on August 18, a fundraiser for La Casa de las Madres in San Francisco. We had a great time at the event and wanted to show you a look back at what the redHOT party is all about.

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Loud Dog is on Pinterest!

By on Jul 29, 2011 in Loud Dog Culture

Loud Doggies love to browse the interwebs to find cool stuff. Now we have a great way to share that stuff with you! Introducing Loud Dog on Pinterest. Pinterest is a new tool that lets you create digital bulletin boards. You create boards with different categories (recipes, travel, design, gadgets, etc) and they have a…

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Community Giving: Creating a Sense of Place with a Mural

By on Apr 5, 2011 in Loud Dog Culture, Loud Dog News, Loud Dog Projects

Every so often we’re approached with a request for pro bono work that’s just too fun to pass up. Check out the new mural design by Loud Dog – freshly painted on Divisadero Street in San Francisco!

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