Meet Your Neighbor :: Tattoo Projects
Friday, October 19, 2012 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Students only please.
No, they’re not a tattoo parlor. But they do make indelible impressions. Tattoo Projects is a creative advertising agency, recognized internationally for their creative, results-oriented work. They were named 2011 Small Ad Agency of the Year by Advertising Age magazine, as well as 2011’s #2 Fastest Growing Privately Held Company in Charlotte, by Charlotte Business Journal.
Tattoo has earned many awards, including 19 gold and silver awards at the 2011 Charlotte ADDYs. This positioned them as one of the top two award-winning agencies in the region. Tattoo has been featured in Adweek, AdAge, The New York Times, Creativity Magazine, London’s Contagious Magazine, Brandweek, and several other creative and marketing publications.
So, come meet them and hear what they have to say about staying ahead, and learn what drives them to create award-winning work. View their work, tour their space, and ask them all the questions you are just dying to know.
About Meet Your Neighbor
You don't have to look far to see some of the best design around. You can find cutting edge, inspiring design happening right in your own backyard! Come out and meet Carolina-based agency owners, art directors, designers, freelancers, and in-house teams. Hear them speak about inspiration and what drives them to design award-winning work. See their portfolios, tour their space and ask them all the questions you are just dying to know.
When & Where
At AIGA Charlotte, we want to build a more dynamic and creative community where area designers can participate, network, and grow. To make that happen, we're dedicated to providing education and inspiration to the creative arts community by offering a diverse schedule of programs, events, and initiatives.
Founded in 2000, we're an affiliate of AIGA, the oldest and largest membership association for professionals engaged in the discipline, practice, and culture of designing. Nationally, AIGA now represents 22,000 designers through 64 national affiliates and 240 student groups.