Rejected Logos Receive Their Due

Anchorage, AK – On Wednesday, Mad Dog Graphx took part in “the little one,” AIGA Alaska’s first local competition to acknowledge logo designs that were presented to clients but ultimately not adopted.  MORE


Mad Dog in Three New Graphic Design Annuals

Mad Dog Graphx recently appeared in three books on graphic design.  MORE


Pursuing Fun in Anchorage

Anchorage, AK – Mighty Bikes is a vibrant youth mountain biking program in Anchorage whose mission is to teach fundamental bike handling skills, introduce kids to mountain racing, and promote fitness through the pursuit of fun.  MORE


Building a Shack in Spenard

Anchorage, AK – The latest destination eatery to open in Spenard is the Chicken Shack – a meticulous and modern take on classic Americana dining. As the name implies, fried chicken is at the center of the culinary universe here, but the menu includes a wide variety of southern-inspired dishes with a decidedly northern twist.  MORE


Sunny Side Up Since 1998

Anchorage, AK – Twenty years is a milestone anniversary for any independent business. For Snow City Cafe, it was an opportunity to throw a huge party…  MORE

AIGA Alaska 2018 Portfolio Review

Anchorage, AK – AIGA Alaska held its annual Portfolio Review last week at Anchorage Community Works.  MORE

Mad Dog Wins at WOLDA 2017

Two logos created by Mad Dog Graphx have been selected as winners in the 8th WOLDA international awards competition.  MORE

Celebrating Local Design at AIGA Alaska The BIG One 2017

Anchorage, AK – AIGA Alaska honored the best of local graphic design at The BIG One 2017, their eighth annual statewide design competition. Mad Dog was thrilled to be recognized with an award for our 20th anniversary self-promotion series.

The reception was held at 49th State Brewing Company this year. The work entered – as always – was stellar, and the event really showed how supportive and collaborative the design community has become in Alaska.

Congratulations to all of this year’s winners – especially Jontue Hollingsworth, who walked away with Best of Show for his work with youth vote branding.

Founded in 1914, AIGA is the oldest and largest professional association for design. AIGA works nationally through local chapters to advance design as a professional craft, strategic advantage, and vital cultural force. Mad Dog is proud to be a founding member of AIGA Alaska.


King County Encourages Responsible Teen Driving

The King County Department of Community and Human Services is rolling out a series of ads reminding teens and young adults not to drive under the influence of alcohol or marijuana, and conveying the personal impact impaired driving can have on their futures and finances.  MORE


Twenty Years of MDG Logos

As part of our 20th anniversary celebration, Mad Dog produced a booklet showcasing 20 client logos we’ve created over the last two decades.  MORE


Mad Dog Graphx recently appeared in three books on graphic design. MORE