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


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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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On: Nuclear Semiotics

Book, Research

In an effort to piece together a work of open-source literature & image, this book acts as a cohesive guide to the subject of Nuclear Semiotics. The studies & ideas are conducted by linguists, semioticians, engineers, chemists, artists, designers, and other practitioners from cross-disciplinary fields in the 1980s, by the US Government. The theme of being “hidden” in plain sight is used across the book to convey a visual narrative about the underlying environmental fear that Nuclear Waste instigates for Earth’s future generations. 

145 pp, 8.25 x 10.25 in., Digital Print, 80 lb. Matte Black Text & 80 lb. Vellum White Text, Light Grey Linen, Blind Deboss, Case Bound. Edition of 25.

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