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Soup Group

4731 Palm Ave.
San Diego, CA. 91941

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What do you guys do?
We design graphics for stuff, lots of stuff. Logos, graphics, illustrations, t-shirt designs, style guides, catalogs and more. You name it, we design it. We don’t just design one style of art. We have the ability to do all styles of art.

Why should I hire SoupGraphix?
It’s pretty clear we create some of the most cutting edge graphics and illustrations you can find out there today. Companies like Mattel, Hasbro, Harley-Davidson and Nike all can’t be wrong when using SoupGraphix for their design needs.

Can I buy one of your skateboards?
No. We don’t sell anything we design graphics for. We design them and other companies sell them.

What do you charge?
All projects are charged individually. Since all projects are unique in their needs, we assess each project in a case by case basis. Feel free to contact us and we can get you a quote.

Are you guys hiring?
We are always interested in seeing what kind of talent is out there. If you feel like you have something to contribute to our team, please send in a .pdf resume and .pdf portfolio to

What makes you guys different from other design studios?
Straightforward design, uncompromising illustration, timeless logo designs. Nothing is done half-assed and our portfolio proves it.

So what’s with the name? Why Soup?
Back in `97-`98 when a small group of us were thinking about of starting a business, we started throwing out ideas for the name of the company. The names we came up with were not all that rad. Last names and other general design terms kept floating to the top. Nothing inspiring. This was all back when we were in college and eating a lot of food was a big part of the day. So we would quite often meet at a local buffet bar called, “Souplantation”. So one day, one of our friend’s suggests, “Well we eat here a lot at Souplantation, why don’t we name it ‘Soup’? ‘Soup Graphics’.” We all looked at each other and said, “Done!”