*THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT*
We're partnering with design studios around South Florida to give students and recent graduates a taste of the "real world" in the design industry. This will be an invaluable opportunity for emerging designers!
For our first tour this year, AIGA Miami heads to Lemon Yellow, a studio located in the heart of downtown Miami.
At Lemon Yellow, we think that “All our work is created with this in mind – simple, relevant and engaging design that stands the test of time. No shouting, no crass flag waving or multi-colored price flashes. Just smart, strategic thinking that’s beautifully crafted with love and affection. That’s what we’re about.”
The Studio Tour is open to both students and recent graduates. Due to the popularity of these events, we require advanced registration. The cost is $5 for AIGA Members and $10 for non-members.
Studio Tours sell out early, so get your tickets today!
The tour is on Tuesday May 8, 2018 - 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (arrive ten minutes before)
We are meeting at:
169 E Flagler St #1100
Miami, FL 33131
A big thank you to the Lemon Yellow studio for opening up their space.
Return policy: We do not offer refunds on tickets purchases. Thank you! Questions? email@example.com
About Lemon Yellow:
Lemon Yellow is a creative communications studio in Miami.
Day to day we create branding and design.
But really we create meaning.
By producing work that speaks clearly, concisely and compellingly.
Work that is as thoughtful as it is thought provoking.
And that is as intelligible as it is intelligent.
Otherwise there is no meaning.
And without meaning – well, there’s no communication.
Since 2005, we’ve given meaning to everyone from charities to the food and drink industry, while our work with some of Miami’s most iconic architectural projects has helped bring new meaning to the city.
Oh, and because we work collaboratively, we’ve also made plenty of friends at home and abroad. We’ve contributed to projects in New York and Chicago, and our team regularly attracts talent from as far as France, Denmark and the UK.
After all, our relationships are just as meaningful as our work.