A graphic design practice informed by research, daily observations, collaboration, and speculation. ︎ © 2020 Matt Vlach, All Rights Reserved ︎ 

I’m Matt Vlach.

I’m an Interdisciplinary Graphic Designer currently living & working in Northern California. My design practice is centered around the creation of conceptually built visual expression informed by research, daily observations, collaboration, speculation, & context. I am interested in working on cultural projects within the art, music, fashion, and educational spheres through editorial, typographic, and experential mediums. Let’s Talk

I am currently working at Yellow Brick Group as a graphic designer, creating cultural experiences, commercial identities, and typefaces. I recieved my BS in Graphic Design from California State University, Sacramento, and studied in The Hague, NL during the Summer in 2018. Full CV available upon request.

My work has been featured on DESK Magazine, Tomorrow Type Today, TypeSpot, & The Typists.

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Loud City Song

Installation, Study Abroad

Started during my time studying abroad in The Hague, Netherlands, as part of ReProgram, this installation asks the participant to engage in the creation of a “Loud City Song” by interacting with a controller that looks like it came out of an alley-way dumpster. When the buttons and knobs are used, sounds and footage are activated, creating a collage-like, fragmented, sensory experience.

Robbie Landsburg and I built the midi controller together, he then built the User Interface in Touch Designer. Henry Plesser documented this project and contributed to the collaboration through his unique take on film-making. 

Collaboration: Robbie Landsburg, Henry Plesser.