TATTOO, the number one, most preferred broadband, unleashed its daring resistance campaign against uniformity, mediocrity and limitations.
Last January 19, the Ayala Museum was transformed into an interactive, multi-sensorial space featuring installations by artists known for their extraordinary vision—such as Team Manila, fashion designer and milliner Mich Dulce
Artist Leeroy New
and Paul Zialcita, who performed using both traditional and unconventional instruments.
“This evening is very important for Tattoo as we bravely lead and share with you this revolution,” said Dong Ronquillo, Tattoo Head of Nomadic Broadband Business.
“What is resistance exactly? It is not settling for anything less and always pushing the limits to achieve greatness. This is what Tattoo stands for and this year we continue to live without limits.”