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IDEAS FROM THE CHAIR

When we get our ideas down on paper, they’re usually pretty good.

Thursday Type Tips

Jamie Rodriguez | 10/08/2015

We work with type pretty much all day. Whether our designers are creating a custom script for a blog post, or laying out a brochure in InDesign, words are a way of life at Tilted Chair. Here are some useful typographical tips we’ve learned in our years of loving letters. WIDE-TRACKED SERIFS LOOK IMPOSING Not sure why. But it’s something...

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Culture is Everything

anne | 7/24/2015

Mike, Hua, and Jamie, the co-founders of TCC, have known each other for nearly 7 years and their relationship forms the foundation of the atmosphere we work in today. Adding new members to a dream team like that is no easy feat, they’ll tell you that themselves. The guys are always looking for new talent to capture, but most importantly...

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“Austin is the new Madison Avenue.”

anne | 12/09/2014

We’ve been doing some pretty exciting things here at Tilted Chair Creative. We are a full-service advertising agency based in Austin, TX, and we’ve been working on projects with a particular client that perfectly illustrate what we, as a group of creatives, can offer. You may have heard of them...they’re a little publication called People Magazine. What is a creative...

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We’re Mama Fu’s Ad Agency of Record!

mike | 4/21/2014

Our office has always loved taking a nice lunch break over some Mama Fu's, and now we're excited because we have yet another reason to get to talk about our favorite restaurant. Our announcement even received a brief mention in the Austin Business Journal earlier this month. Check out our official press release with all the juicy (literally) details below....

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Mama Fu’s Food Photography

mike | 3/18/2014

Playing with your food has always been one of those things that was extremely tempting, yet you knew it was generally not quite acceptable. This was the case until we started working with Mama Fu’s, a chain restaurant that prepares Asian style food.  After realizing they needed some creative campaigning for their restaurant, playing with our food quickly became encouraged....

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