Vector art and the talented artists who create it

Donald Trump – Editorial Illustration – Adam Jarvis

Omar – Art show – Toronto

This is not a love song

I’m a busy fella. So when a close friend of mine called and asked me to do some illustration work for a concert, I politely passed. That is until he mentioned that the concert in question was: OMAR.

It’s been 10 years since his last performance in Canada. And as of one of my all-time favourite artists, I could not pass up the opportunity to reconnect.

8 years ago, I sent him some artwork from Canada to the UK. He responded with a signed CD that read:

From one artist to another – Omar.

It has been perched on my magazine shelf in my office ever since. A reminder that whatever I do to make ends meet, at my core, I’m still an artist. Read more:


Globalshop 2016 – Trade Show Display


Book Trailer – Unventional: Ideas Too Good To Patent

by Tom Giesler

Years ago when Vectorvault was just getting started, we discovered Tom’s work. As an accomplished patent illustrator, he had already achieved a great deal of respect. Technical drawing is a specialized form of illustration that draws upon several disciplines. And Tom is very good at it.
Trust me. I’ve tried my hand at it. It can be challenging.

Big Fans

His new book looks amazing.

But it was Tom’s whimsical images that captured our attention. His artwork has shown that technical work can have personality and in the case of his new book: create smiles.

Buy it today

This book makes a perfect addition to any virtual bookshelf and a great gift too.
It’s available on Amazon and through the Apple iBooks Store
Facebook Fan Page.

The Leef – Paper yard bag insert

Support the Leef – Make yard work easier

Have you every wrestled with a paper yard waste bag in a light breeze?
It’s a pain. And it slows things down.
We’ve designed a solution.

Do you like it? Know someone who might?

Please share.


Adam Jarvis – Creative Director – Proprint Creative Engine

I love retail POS design

For the past 3 years I’ve been working very closely behind the scenes on a very exciting brand building project. Proprint has been serving as a secret retail POS design laboratory for me. And I’m very excited to finally be able to tell people about what’s going on there.


First of all

We’ve established a retail pos industry blog that serves two purposes. The first is to inspire those who love retail pos production as much as we do. And the second is to showcase this unique company. Your comments, likes and shares are so appreciated. Thanks.

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Take a spin through the content.


Special circumstances

Proprint is like no other company I’ve worked with. What makes them special is not just an arsenal of incredible technology. It’s not even the fact that Proprint is positioned at the starting line and the finish line. What makes Proprint unique is the people. I’m happy to be a part of the team.

Covering all touch points

I watch projects come in on a cocktail napkin and then successfully activate at the retail level. It’s literally a one-stop-shop. They make it look easy, but the truth is, this team is a production symphony. One that has allowed me to sit in the back with my triangle and participate.
I know first hand the level of quality, and client service that is required for effective packaging and engaging retail displays. I know this, because I have observed it in action.

Creative Direction for Retail Point of Sale

I have been challenged to solve brand puzzles in 3 dimensions. Each project continues to bring with it, new things to learn and pass on. Both for myself and our clients.


Building a creative agency within a printing company

I’m excited about my role and invite you to learn more about what we can do for you.
Whether you have a formulated idea or you just want to take your brand to the next level. We can help with that.

The cat’s out of the bag

I have updated my LinkedIn profile with this existing role. Any likes or comments could certainly help me to amplify this new positioning, and help me to reach those who need this kind of specialized help. Please and Thanks.


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