The San Francisco Chronicle hearts Infectious

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Check out the SF Chronicle today which has a rather lovely feature on Infectious in the Datebook section :

“Even as big firms and chains crumble and venture capital dries up, a feisty creative outfit called Infectious has given new life to the city’s startup culture – with skin. Not the outermost and largest human body organ, but “adhesive art skin”- a removable film that transforms generic electronics like laptops, mobile phones and even cars into artistic and personal statements – not unlike tattoos and statement T-shirts”.

You can read the sage words of our ceo Tim Roberts and also a nice little interview with Infectious artist Reuben Rude in the online version at SF Date right here.

Congratulations to our designer Mikey Sison (seen above), who we feel has a rosy future ahead of him as a back of the head model.

One Response to The San Francisco Chronicle hearts Infectious

  1. Rafael Azuaje says:

    Hello,
    I would like to put me in contact since I am interested in commercializing the products that arrange in Spain. As serious the conditions.

    Awaiting quick answer,

    Rafael Azuaje

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