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Rudy Banny, William Boyer, and Buffy McCoy Kelly talk shop with The Charlotte Observer.

April 12, 2014

Charlotte Observer Seeks Tattoo’s .02 on Website Do’s and Don’t's

Rudy Banny, William Boyer, and Buffy McCoy Kelly talk shop with The Charlotte Observer.

Rudy Banny, William Boyer, and Buffy McCoy Kelly talk shop with The Charlotte Observer.

 

The Charlotte Observer’s Caroline McMillan recently tapped Tattoo for info for her article, 13 Costly Website Mistakes Small Businesses Make. Covering topics like SEO, design, and the importance of brand personality, we were happy to share our perspective. From Hoover to Outlaw Screws, this Charlotte creative advertising agency is no stranger to creating hard-working, engaging websites for national clients. And, of course, we are never at a loss for opinions, especially when it comes to creative communications.

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April 4, 2014

New TV Spot For Victory Motorcycles

VICTORY MOTORCYCLES “INSIDE” from Tattoo Projects on Vimeo.

Jumping off a cliff, flying through the air, lightning striking, bull riding, and a good punch in the face. These are just some of the heart-in-your-throat moments Tattoo Projects served up as how it feels to hit the road on a Victory motorcycle, in this new :30 TV spot.  We paired the raw emotion that comes with riding a motorcycle with footage of the Cross Country in a move we guarantee you aren’t seeing done with a beefy, American V-Twin bagger: drifting. Tattoo Projects was one of the first production companies to use the Phantom Flex4k high-speed camera, with 4k resolution up to 1,000 fps. The spot, which breaks this week, will air on national networks, which include History Channel, Travel Channel, ESPN, and ESPN2, just to name a few.

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November 27, 2013

What’s Shaking at Tattoo Projects?

It’s been a jam-packed autumn at our Charlotte advertising agency. From new business wins to new faces in the shop, we’ve been growing while working on some fun projects for our clients. And always kicking ass of course. Here’s a look at some highlights of what’s been going down over the past few months. More >>

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November 21, 2013

Tattoo Projects Coaches At Triangle Startup Weekend

Our passion for big ideas expands outside the advertising industry. Several of our Charlotte advertising agency employees have experience in new product development and pursue these interests inside and outside of our shop. More >>

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November 4, 2013

Getting Muddy for a Good Cause

While some of us were busy taking care of that left over Halloween candy this past weekend, our developer Andy Male was busy completing his first Tough Mudder event. More >>

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October 25, 2013

Tattoo Projects Ignites Enrollment For Fortis

Back in May, our Charlotte advertising agency was named agency of record for Fortis Colleges and Institutes. Fortis is a national post-secondary education provider with more than 45 campuses across 15 states and has been growing quickly over the past several years. More >>

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October 22, 2013

Victory Motorcycles Head Out On The Highway With Tattoo Projects

News Release | October 21, 2013

Charlotte creative studio named agency of record for bike brand. More >>

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October 11, 2013

Tattoo Projects Named Agency of Record for Victory Motorcycles


For the last several months, our Charlotte advertising agency has been working with Victory Motorcycles for a variety of event, digital, and other marketing projects. More >>

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September 30, 2013

Tattoo Projects Launches The World’s Best Screw

The past several months at our Charlotte advertising agency have been filled with hardware and tons of cheesy screw jokes in preparation for a product launch for Outlaw Fasteners. More >>

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September 17, 2013

Tattoo Projects Increases Graduate School Awareness

Last spring, our Charlotte ad agency launched a campaign for the Graduate School at UNC Charlotte. As Charlotte continues to grow, more and more Universities are establishing a graduate school presence in town. More >>