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"Design and Illustration studio established in London in 2002 and now based in New York City." — Vault49

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"Silk screen promo/tutorial made for the Beyond Art festival in Seoul, Korea, where Vault49 painted a 1000sq ft mural and hosted a silk screen workshop.”

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Target Practice numerals

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"We’ve kept this labour of love under wraps for the most part but are stoked to finally be able to share it. We initially came up with this idea upon celebrating Vault’s ten year milestone. If not for our unhealthy obsession of setting ourself targets and putting (almost) everything on the line to achieve them, we doubt we’d still be around today surrounded by a great team and a body of work we’re all proud to be associated with. Using that as inspiration and our love for type, we came up with a series of posters from 0-9, one of each of our 10 years."

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Vault49 silk-screened table

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"Silk-screened conference table for the studio! We thought it only fitting to show a bit of love to the 5 boroughs that we call home with this typographic collage. Guaranteed to keep you distracted during early morning monday meetings.”

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for more process shots visit the Vault 49 Facebook page

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vist Vault49’s website to view their work …

Vault49 | print

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David Arias is an independent graphic design professional based in Vancouver, BC, Canada … He is, ultimately, a creative problem solver, who carefully combines design aesthetics and marketing ideas, resulting in well formulated design solutions.”

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Vegan Yarn

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Vegan Yarn—for the knitter with a conscience and like the name suggests, it is a specialty yarn made from a variety of natural plant fibres such as: bamboo, soy and cotton. Heidi, the owner and founder of Vegan Yarn, hand-dyes the yarn with love in small batches, often creating limited yarn collections. Her colour dyeing technique is unique in that her inspiration for colours often derives from Japanese anime films. Vegan yard needed a way to present the product so that customers could pick up the yarn and really feel it without having unnecessary labels around to cover it. The design also needed to suggest natural and earth-friendly. Hang tags were created to easily appreciate the yarn without any obstructions. Items were printed on recycled paper. Vegan Yarn—yarn for everyone, not just vegans.”

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MK Cards

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"After designing a promotional poster/flyer for Modern Karibou, they came back and asked me to design new business cards for their trip to Milan, Italy. After having discussed printing options with them, we decided to go with letterpress as the business cards needed to generate a good first impression at design shows. Their wordmark was also simplified and a more modern type treatment was presented. Cards printed on 4 ply 100% cotton rag, and hand painted edges.”

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Modern Karibou

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Modern Karibou is a Canadian online design and lifestyle shop. Modern Karibou highlights the creations of established and emerging designers and artists from around the world, and champions and celebrates home-grown, innovative talent. In an effort to promote their online products at design shows and home decor shows around Canada, Modern Karibou came to us to develop a promotional poster/flyer—to briefly showcase the variety of products which could be found on their online shop. We created something bold and typographically driven in order to capture the attention of their costumer base, which primarily consists of designers and design-savvy professionals in various fields and disciplines.”

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visit David Arias’s website for more 

David Arias | graphic design

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Bota Bota | SPA SUR L’EAU

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"It is a mysterious place where visitors can find themselves surrounded by one of the largest natural elements in Montreal, the Saint Lawrence River, and immerse themselves in 360 degrees of vitality, tranquility, design and beauty." — Gabriel Lefebvre

Project made at Sid Lee Montreal
Architecture by Sid Lee Architecture 
Photography by Corinne Fortier

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Gabriel Lefebvre | graphic design [two]

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  • 01.18.2013
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