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Studio Tour 2013 | Myriad Media sweeps the polls!

Written by
Amy Lyons
Published
September 27, 2013

During this year’s Studio Tour, we asked attendees to participate in a poll to vote for some of their favorite spaces that they visited. There were three categories to vote on: Outstanding Theme, Coolest Office Space, and Best Experience. At last night’s Made Good Event, the winners of the Studio Tour poll were announced. And one studio, with their super ordinary haircuts, on-site hairstylist, authentic gelato cart, adorable cake pops, and cool slo-mo camera, Myriad Media swept the polls, winning in all three categories. Congratulations!

Thanks so much for inviting us into your space. And a big thanks to all the studios who opened their doors to welcome the design community: Back Home Productions, Baldwin&, Capstrat, Coalmarch, Generate Design, Fragment Labs, French West Vaughan, Mellonaid, Myriad Media, New Kind, Red Hat, and Three Ships Media. We hope to see you all back for next year’s tour. It’s impossible to make it to every studio, so we hope you’ll join us next year, so we can see the spaces we didn’t make it to this year.

If you didn’t make it to Myriad Media to play with their new toy, a slo-mo camera, well you are in luck they, shared this video. Enjoy!

 

 

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