Raleigh, NC (PressExposure) July 28, 2008 -- Robert Morrow, creative director of Articulon (www.articulon.com), a Raleigh-based brand communication and public relations firm, has been named to the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA). IAVA is an invitation-based organization with membership restricted to professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts.
âIâm honored to be accepted into the International Academy of the Visual Arts,â says Morrow. âThis is an excellent group of creative professionals, and I am proud to be among them.â
With more than 28 years of experience, Morrowâs work has been published in Creativity Annualâs international showcase for outstanding work in advertising and graphic design. He has also received multiple awards, and has been recognized by American Graphic Design, Ad Club of New York and the Triangle, and Magazine and Design Production.
Morrowâs client work includes: Audi of America, The American Stock Exchange, the National Kidney Foundation of North Carolina, The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle and the John Rex Endowment, among others.
About Articulon: Based in Raleigh, Articulon delivers branded marketing and PR programs that are commercially intelligent and targeted to drive results. With a hands-on approach, every campaign is custom built to meet client objectives based on our commitment to strategy, creativity and responsiveness. Inspired to gain results, Articulon helps clients to break through the abundance of noise with a brand and a focused message that creates a connection to their audience. Articulon works with professional service-based companies with a need to increase visibility and organizations that promote advocacy and cause related health initiatives. Work has been completed for emerging brands and fortune 500 organizations including: Panera Bread, AKC, Defond North America, The Better Business Bureau of Eastern North Carolina, WCPE- TheClassicalStation.org, HumanCentric, Sustainable North Carolina, and Saks Fifth Ave. Visit http://www.articulon.com or call (919) 232-5008.