Chemistry Unveils New Atlanta Office with Killer Open House

If you came to the event and you’re just tryin’ to see if we got photos of you, just scroll to the bottom. We’ve accumulated some professional (and not so professional) photos at the end of the post.

 

Last Thursday, Chemistry hosted an open house at our brand new office space on the Westside of Atlanta. Convenient to some of the best bars, restaurants, and creative spaces in the city, this new location has the makings of a true culture lab. (It also happens to be incredibly handsome, according to Curbed.)

 

Of course, once you’ve got the lab, it’s time to do some experimenting. That’s why we wanted our first big shindig to be a compound of lots of different elements. Part pop-up dinner, part gallery opening, part house show, our party ended up being an explosive mixture of the best and brightest in Atlanta and beyond.

 

We hosted live painting by the madman FRKO, mural artist and our collaborator on Red Bull Music Culture Clash. We curated an entire gallery show from photographer Cam Kirk, painter and illustrator Fabian Williams, and sculptures and installations from Chrissy Brimmage, Tiny Doors ATL, and Elise Williams.

 

The food and live entertainment were bombastic too, with @weareguk providing a modern take on Korean classics and Mikkoh and @wesuperlowkey spinning into the wee hours.

 

We think we did our party calculations right because tons of fantastic personalities came through. Chuck Porter, founder of Crispin Porter + Bogusky, delighted our creative department by making an appearance. Kyle Jones, co-founder of The Bitter Southerner gave props to the fried chicken. And Dr. Dax, one of the most legendary graffiti writers in the game, was nothing but patient as we fired off a couple fanboy selfies.

 

All in all, it was a blast, and we’re proud to call our new office home. We can’t wait to host more movers and shakers from the ATL, and show them what a Chemistry open house is all about.  Enjoy the photos!