Design: Adam Jarvis
Structural Design: Naush Ibrahim
Direct Mail Design
Take a closer look at this series of paper ornaments. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
Vectorvault moved to the WordPress platform
Back in 2007, I was aware of blogs, but unaware of how to build or manage one. Luckily for me, I met someone who changed the game by teaching me. He helped me to understand a few things about how blogs worked and how Google identified content.
A great deal of him is in Vectorvault’s DNA.
He introduced me to WordPress and I’ve never looked back.
First I designed a few conceptual layouts:
Established “a look”
If I was going to acquire venture capital, I would need to “step it up”
That started with the Vectorvault Store.
With the help of a trusted friend, we redesigned the store and it’s product pages. In addition to new vector tools, I also introduced a line of customizable vector art prints sized to fit IKEA frames perfectly.
Search. Find. Buy. Go.
Presenting Vectorvault as a financial investment
I’m an artist. Always have been. I wish that I had a better head for business but I’m afraid that I’m just not fully wired that way. I can’t help it. That’s why I was so appreciative when Joseph Lan of Venturcon agreed to help me define this brand’s potential. Together, we shaped an idea into an attack plan.
I wanted to build the first search engine of its kind
I educated myself about the stock image market
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