TAMPA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hot. Trendy. Compelling.
All three words paint what Viralstyle has brought to the canvas of custom apparel marketing.
World-renown artist Gregory Siff has had a major influence in bringing those qualities to the Tampa tech startup. Siff’s art surrounds workers at Viralstyle’s offices in Channelside.
Siff’s distinct blend of abstract, pop and street expression sits above Viralstyle’s workforce. Siff provides street portraits of some of the world’s most successful and imaginative figures in technology, business and social media. Siff’s unique gallery of street portraits depicting Walt Disney, Steve Jobs and others decorate Viralstyle’s walls and reminds staff the vision of the young company.
Viralstyle brought Siff into its offices and Siff used the blank walls as his canvas. The result is an atmosphere of creativity that fills the workspace. Siff named the art for the Viralstyle office, “The New Progress.”
Viralstyle is a free social commerce platform that allows anyone to easily create, share, buy and sell their designs on over 50+ apparel and accessories. Upload your design using our proprietary online designer and instantly get a visual that becomes available for purchase. Every design is proofed by a professional artist to ensure it turns out perfectly whether it's being printed on one t-shirt or thousands. From there, Viralstyle handles the inventory, printing, fulfillment, and support of your sale. ViralStyle was founded in August of 2014, while currently in private beta has gained worldwide attention with over 30,000 beta registrations. The company is based in the Channelside district of Tampa, Florida and is hiring. For more information, visit www.viralstyle.com
ABOUT GREGORY SIFF
Siff has exhibited at Gallery Brown (2012 LA); Scope (2012 Art Basel, Miami); The Art of Elysium’s Pieces of Heaven, (2012 & 2013 LA); The Art Reserve x Siren Studios (2012, LA); G Show (2011, LA). He has done commissions and installations for Deitch Projects, Mercedes-Benz, The Standard, Tumblr, Christie’s, SLS Hyde Sunset, Bonham's, Red Bull, Sotheby’s and Warner Bros. Records. His work has been seen in magazines such as Andy Warhol’s Interview, Treats!, The Wall Street Journal, Flaunt, Los Angeles Times, Paper, LA Weekly and has done the cover of both LA Canvas and Fabrik.