Stink Studios are appointed strategic and creative agency for Tate.
Following a competitive pitch, Stink Studios has been appointed as Tate’s strategic and creative agency. The global creative studio’s responsibilites will span strategy and creative whilst also leveraging their production and execution capabilities.
Chris Condron, Head of Marketing, Tate comments: "The nature of reaching audiences has changed rapidly in the last 5 years and in Stink Studios we see a company that has grown organically, and at the right pace, to reflect those changes. Their creative drive, team setup and insights mirror Tate’s and they were the natural choice of agency to help reach new audiences in the coming years with confidence."
Cameron Temple, ECD, Stink Studios comments: “We’re thrilled to be working with Tate. Whether working together to continue evolving the brand, or undertaking the challening task of reaching new audiences, in whatever channel, from OOH to activations through to social content, we always ask whether our work will move the needle for our clients. Tate is an incredibly progressive organisation and we are excited to take this thinking forward, not only with the talent that sits in our team, but also with the talent that sits in theirs.”
In the coming months Stink Studios will be developing ongoing strategy and creative campaigns, including working on marketing campaigns for the 2020 restrospective of Andy Warhol at Tate Modern and upcoming projects at Tate Britain, whilst harnessing the company’s expertise in technolgy and content creation.