Powered by The Creative Folks
When we started in 2018, we only wanted to be resourceful for creators. We’ve done several series of podcasts to in-person collaboration events with a mission to work with creators and artists.
In 2022, we transformed our company to become a full service branding agency, acting as the parent company to many subbrands who will continue to fufill our mission from 2018.
Meet the team behind our brands!
Did you know? Our colorful geo-cloud symbolizes our sub brands and the contributions we make as a company to our creative community.
What kind of collabs do we thrive in?
Our work within our community
AAAF x Color ATL
The ABC’s of AAPIs Coloring Book is a cross collaborative project with local artists, organizers, students, and educators in metro Atlanta led by Asian American Advocacy Fund (AAAF)!
30 Atlanta local Asian American artists of all media got together virtually to discuss about empowering our children, the future leaders of our world! Our hope is that this book will help educate and instill a sense of belonging and pride for their identity and this country in a fun and creative way.
Coloring book currently SOLD OUT.
Learn more about the project here.
See The Creative Folks involvement here.
Anime Weekend Atlanta Ticket Giveaway
Oct. 2021 – Convention season is big in ATL and we believe that cosplayers deserve the spotlight when it comes to creativity. We partnered with @blvck.wolf, a fellow cosplayer to the community, to give away 4 FULL WEEKEND tickets to Anime Weekend Atlanta Con.
Support Tia and her cosplays by following her on Instagram!
Our team now actively does convention ticket giveaways under our subbrand, HUBTAKU.
Cindy Wilson x The Creative Folks
Feb. 2021 – We partnered with Cindy Wilson to give away a signed copy of her book that tells about her journey from being adopted in Seoul, Korea by an African American couple to growing up in the Dirty South…Jackson, MS!
See how she fights and loves her way through life as she searches for her identity and discovers her place in the world despite the strongholds that society tries to place on her. Support her here.
RAW Artists x The Creative Folks
June 20th, 2020 we were proud to be a community partner with RAW Artists for National Arts Drive Day where Artists all over the globe came out from their homes and displayed their art. As Drivers approach locations, they will have the opportunity to support local artists directly by donation or social media interaction from a safe, and healthy distance.
EMGirls Entrepreneurial Competition
EMGirls’ Entrepreneurial Competition is an annual flagship event which was hosted in August 2020 and January 2021. This event was initiated to help transform girls’ nascent business ideas into actual businesses and/or develop their existing businesses further. Over 480+ female youth from 49 countries participated in this competition.
The Creative Folks Founder, Tammy Huynh, served as a mentor and judge for the 2022 competition.
General Assembly x The Creative Folks
Throughout 2020, we worked with General Assembly as a community partner to bring their online resources and workshops to the community.
September 2020 – We worked with TEDx Marietta Square to design their event site. TEDxMS brought together 15 wonderful speakers who shared their stories of overcoming adversity.
Ladies Work Remote x The Creative Folks
June 2020 – We collaborated with Ladies Work Remote to teach fellow co-workers tips to improve their resume, things to do and not do, and an interactive Q&A about the job market.
American Marketing Associate (GSU)
Fall 2019, we worked with AMA on two workshops to help their students understand more about branding, a vital aspect of marketing.
Workshop 1 – Branding Basics
Workshop 2 – Basic Usage of Canva
Kollab ATL x ArtofTing x The Creative Folks
May 2021 – This has been an incredibly challenging time for the AAPI community in Georgia. The KollabATL team worked hard to launch MEND, a virtual community art project that aims to highlight greater representation and increased visibility of Asian American stories. MEND aims to use creativity and storytelling to celebrate resilience and encourage healing within the Georgia Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
Final artwork by ArtofTing (pictured)
Buy a 14×14 print here.
TCF was honored to host a panel of the reveal. Reveal video here.
Society of Human Resources (CSU)
Spring 2019, we collaborated with SHRM: CSU Chapter on a workshop about Recruiting 101! Things you have to know to get a job out there.
Gurl2Girl Networking x The Creative Folks
Dec. 2019, we worked with G2G Networking to host a Holiday Makers Market. Bringing together 16 women-owned & minority-owned small businesses for a holiday shopping experience.
As a partner, we provided swag bags for the first 25 guests of the event.
The Primary Movement x The Creative Folks
Feb. 2019, we worked with The Primary Movement to bring their anniversary event together. As a partner, we provided snacks, support, and marketing to the event.
Our work within our company
We’d like to personally invite you to our new project under the EAA brand, The Tea House where we bring even more Asian & AAPI creators into the house to talk all things:
- Creative Work & Journey
- Asian/AAPI Experience
- Asian/AAPI Heritage
A weekly podcast by two creators who talk about student creator life and creative entrepeneur life. All things branding, marketing, art school, and the creative industry.
Available on: iTunes | Spotify | iHeartRadio Podcasts | Anchor
Wanna contribute? Email us: email@example.com
Our freelancer job board has all the recent job boards to help you fight through the crowd and land that very first gig! Landed a gig through here, let us know!
Have a job board to feature? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Stop Asian Hate, Love Asian People campaign was in effort to push the agenda regarding Asian Hate. Majority of proceeds were donated to an ATL based org that works with the AAPI community.
Remaining items are still available for purchase on our Etsy.
Creatives Make ATL (CMATL) is a weekly project to highlight and inspire local ATL creators through a series of interviews.