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Johnny Lievano

9414 Burtis St. South Gate,CA. 90280

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9414 Burtis St. South Gate,CA. 90280 323.566.5545 vapprinting.com

VAP printing 9414 Burtis Street South Gate, CA. 90280

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South Gate,CA. 90280

O: 323.566.5545 C: 310.928.5382 F: 323.566.2436 vapprinting.com

Date: November 24, 2010

Invoice #: 5189310 Ship To: HOT STYLE San Diego, CA

Bill To: HOT STYLE San Diego, CA

Customer # 6195200880 Quantity 90,000

Sales Representative Name

Ship Date

Ship Via

11.24.10

Delivery

Johnny Lievano

Description door hangers

Terms

Due Date

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11.24.10

Price per Unit

Line Total

33 per unit

$ 2970

VAP Printing VAP Printing is a project that involved the rebranding of this business. A new look and feel was given to this business. It involved redesigning a new logo, a stationary set, packaging, informational brochures,uniforms, etc. This project involved thinking conceptually, but most importantly having fun.

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TAX 10.75%

$ 2,970 $ 3,289.27

S&H Deposit Total Due

Thank You For Your Business For any Return Check there will be a charge of $45 each time your check is return!

- 1,500 $ 1,789.27


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VAP Printing has been serving the community of South Gate since 2002. It is a family owned business that was started by a dream to help people with theIr printing needs. The oldest son in the family of six took out a load, looked for a location, and bought a press printer. As time went by he got married and his wife worked at the print shop answering the phone and taking orders. Then his younger brothers started to work there during the summer when they were in vacation. Today his youngerst brother is in charge of the business. Firestone Blvd

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Malinche Laura Esquivel

Like Water For Chocolate Laura Esquivel

Laura Esquivel Book Series A book series for Laura Esquivel popular books, Like Water for Chocolate, Malinche, and Swift as Desire. All have original photographs. The series has the concept of pairs of two’s to signify a couple, since these three novels relate to couples and love.

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What makes a wind chime unique? The differences of wind chimes

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Legend Wind Chime Collector City that has the most wind chimes City that has the 2nd most wind chimes Stores that sell wind chimes Homes that have at least two wind chimes

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The differences of wind chimes Wind chimes have their own special uniqueness. There is a big difference in material, style, and appearance to each one of them. There are a lot of types of wind chimes, but the most commonly seen around are: plastic, ceramic or clay, glass, wood or bamboo, metal, and even artistic ones. Equally all are beautiful. Each has there own way of coming to live in its design element. Each wind chime should be well taken care of. Especially, if some are more delicate then others. If taken care of properly they will last a long time. The size on a wind chime varies. Some are shorter for smaller places, and some are longer to be hung in higher places. The chime they make differs as well. Some have a more hollow sound. Others have it low, but delicate. At the same time, other wind chimes have a chime that could be heard from a distance. Wind chimes are beautiful, and bring a beautiful decorative look to anyone’s outdoors. Wind chimes are considered to be pieces of art that the wind helps to bring alive.

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They come in different colors, shapes, and sizes. Plastic wind chimes come in a more representational way. Such as dolphins, butterflies, birds, and so on. Plastic wind chimes are easier to make because they are created by big sheets of plastic canvas. It is very useful if someone wants to make a majority of them. Plastic is easier to mold and shape to create whatever subject a person wants. The chime is more of a hollow sound. Some plastic wind chimes have metal pipes, and it makes it have a louder chime. They are the most resistible compared to the rest. The sun fades the colors, so avoid placing them were the sun shines the most.

Metal wind chimes were ancient examples of art know to man. Some earlier metal wind chimes date back to 2000 BC. They are like the most due to their durability, and ease of tuning to precise notes. They are very simple looking. They are resistant to the weather. Some metal wind chimes have become diverse. People that have make wind chimes have combined metal and wood, metal with glass, or metal with other medias. These combinations look beautiful. Metal wind chimes could look lovely with not a lot of material. They look very geometrically shaped. The chime they make is much louder, and could be heard from a distance.

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Artistic wind chimes could be made out of anything. They do not need to make any sound. These wind chimes could be made out of wire, construction paper, images, anything the imagination brings. For example, the one in the picture was made by a student. It was made from construction paper, and it has animal figures. It is an artistic way to add a decorative element to the space of your choice. Other materials that could be used are bronze, objects around the house, or marble. Like mentioned before, they do not have to make a sound; they could simple just make a shape or a figure of something. Just use the imagination.

Glass wind chimes have recently become very popular. They bring a beautiful aspect to the to outdoor decoration. Wind chimes made from glass come in elaborate stained glass masterpieces to eclectic pressed bottle visions. They come in many colors; in all the colors of the rainbow. The bad thing about glass wind chimes would be that they somewhat expensive. Glass offers the most ethereal sound in existence. These wind chimes are eye catching. Glass wind chimes are sturdier, and hold up to the elements. Glass wind chimes have to be watched constantly when it is very windy because they could break.

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Ceramic wind chimes are the most fragile from the rest. The ceramic wind chimes are hand painted, and hand crafted to capture the colors of that subject. Avoid placing the wind chime in a place were the sun is, it will fade the colors. The chime that they make is a really low, and it sounds like a “clacking.” The ceramic wind chimes are hollow from the inside, and the clay wind chimes are solid. These wind chimes could be molded to anything the imagination brings out. Some are left in the color the clay comes in. These wind chimes can resist over a long period of time. Making ceramic wind chimes could be a great hobby for people.

Wood or Bamboo wind chimes are as equally beautiful as the rest of the win chimes. Bamboo wind chimes have a mellow harmony sound; compared to glass or metal wind chimes. Wood and bamboo Windows seem to have a seep tranquillity, peace, and a sense of the faraway into any landscaping effort. These wind chimes have now become very durable and long lasting. As well as tunable as a wind chime material, and is highly recommend. They give a wonderful focal point to the location were the wind chime is. Bamboo and wood wind chimes are recommended to be placed outside, so they could be in their natural element.

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At what age did you start collecting? I started collecting at the age of 38. It took me a while to start collecting. How did your first wind chime look like? My first wind chime that I ever own had flowers. It was made from a ceramic material. Why did you start to collecting wind chimes? They have always captured my attention, ever since I was a little girl. I also like the different sounds each one of the wind chimes make. Which wind chime is your favorite? I have many favorites, some of my favorite wind chimes have flowers, suns, pigeon, and bells. They each have a different sound which I like, and I also love how they look. Do you have a certain preference of wind chime? No, I do not have a preference. I think that all are beautiful, which makes me love them even more.

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What wind chime do you need to add to your collection? I need to add a couple of them some would be a cat, a dog, a moon, and an angel wind chime to my collection. Maria Aracely Ibarra Valle was born on March 22, 1958. She was born and raised in El Salvador. As a small child she really like being out in the outdoors. The wind on her hair was the best thing for her. Being outdoors helped her be close to nature. Maria told me that one day when she had to run an errand in the city she heard a soothing sound. She looked all around her until she found it. Maria had described it this way, “There were small metal pipes tied up to a wooden panel. That was hung high enough so the wind could hit it, and was making that sound.” She said that it was amazing that just a small breeze of air would make a beautiful sound. Since that moment she wanted one for her self, so she saved up enough money, and bought one. Maria said, “I was so excited when I got my first wind chime, and brought it home. I even looked for the perfect spot to hang it up.” She also said that when she was stressed or worried with a situation she would run out of her house, and wait for a breeze of air, so the wind chime could play. Maria quotes, “By me running out of the house and listening to my wind chime play would help me relax and helped me forget about all my problems.”

Chimes Magazine Chimes Magazine has a theme about wind chimes located around the Los Angeles area. The whole design of the magazine is inspired by wind chimes. The map has a legend that shows the different locations of owners and businesses that have wind chimes. It also has an interview article from a wind chime collector, also an article that includes a short description about the different types of wind chimes.

How many wind chimes do you have in your collection of wind chimes? At the moment I have 10 wind chimes, but I plan to keep adding to my collection.

Has collecting wind chimes helped you in some way?

Many of my wind chimes help me relax, especially the wind chime that I have in the kitchen. This wind chime is made out of wood. Have wind chimes helped you in some way to detect danger? Sure in case an earthquake does occur the wind chimes will help me realize what has happened. Have any of your wind chimes broken? If yes, how did you feel. Yes, about four or five have broken. I felt really sad because they had been ruined, and I had to throw them away.


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Paul Rand This is a informational brochure that is dedicated to Graphic Designer Paul Rand. The design of this brochure is inspired by the design style of Paul Rand. It’s colorful and playful. The brochure gives a short description of the life, career, and influences of his life. It also includes some of his design work.

Paul Rand (1914-1996)

Corporate Identities Rand’s most widely known contribution to graphic design are all of his corporate identities, many of which are still in see and use such as IBM, ABC, Cummins Engine, Westinghouse, and UPS. Many other upcoming graphic designers, owe their graphical heritage to him. Rand’s defining corpoarte identity was the logo he created for IBM in 1956. The logo was later modified by Rand in 1960, and the striped logo in 1972. Although his logos may be interpreted as simplistic, Rand was quick to point out in A Designer’s Art that “ideas do not need to be esoteric to be original or exciting.” Rand remained vital to others as he aged.

What influenced his work? PAUL RAND was a well-known American graphic designer, best known for his corporate logo designs. He was born on August 15, 1914. He was one of the originators of the Swiss Style of graphic design. Rand taught design at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Rand was inducted into the New York Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 1972. He designed many posters and corporate identities, including the logos for IBM, UPS and ABC. Rand died of cancer in 1996. His designs are going to be featured in the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Opening day will be on May 18, 2012. Come and join us to remember all of his wonderful graphic designs.

Early Life and Education Paul Rand was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1914. He embraced at a very young age, painting signs for his father’s grocery store as well as for school events at P.S. 109. Rand was by and large a self taught as a designer, learning about the works of Cassandre and Moholy-Nagy from the European magazines such as Gebrauchsgraphik. He became influenced by their work. Rand was educated in many places he first started at the Pratt Institute, The Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students League.

Rand’s Early Career His career began with humble assignments, starting with a part-time position creating stock images for a syndicate that supplied graphics to various newspapers and magazines. Rand was able to collect a fairly large portfolio, which was largely influenced by the German advertising style Sachplakat (ornamental poster) as well as the works of Gustav Jensen. Although Rand was mostly famous for the corporate logos he created in the 1950s and 1960s, his work in page design was his initial source of his reputation. Rand was experimenting with the introduction of themes normally found in the gap between his profession and of Europe’s modernist masters.

Paul Rand Exhibit Paul Rand’s designs will be fetured in the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Opening Day: May 18, 2012 The exhibition will continue through MAY 18-20 Location: 123 Elm St. Vermont, IL 92300 Contact Information: www.paulrandexhibit.com paulrandexhibit.com (310) 897-6342

Undoubtedly, the core ideology that drove his career, and hence his lasting influence, was the modernist philosophy he revered. He celebrated the works of artist from Paul Cezanne to Jan Tschichold, and constantly attempted to draw the connection between their creative output and significant applications in graphic design.


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During her childhood in New England, Carol Twombly spent much of her time exploring various artistic disciplines. She settled on sculpture, Carol followed her brother to Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Once she was there, she decided to study graphic design because it was more practical. After graduation from RISD Carol accepted an invitation from Charles Bigelow to join newly formed digital typography M.Sc. program at Stanford University. After graduating Standford University, she continued to work for the Bigelow & Holmes studio for the next four years, and in 1988 she became a full-time type designer in the Adobe Originals program. During her nine years with Adobe, Carol has designed a number of very popular text and display typefaces. Designs like Trajan, Charlemagne, Lithos, and Adobe Caslon are inspired by classic letterforms of the past — from early Greek inscriptions, circa 400 B.C., to William Caslon's typefaces of the 1700s. Designs like Viva and Nueva explore new territory while maintaining traditional roots. Carol’s other artistic pursuits include basketweaving, drawing, painting, and jewelry making. Carol Twombly received the Prix Charles Peignot in 1994. She was the first woman and only the second American to receive this prestigious honor.

February 18, 2016 @ 5 PM

BERT GALLERY

540 South Water St., Providence, RI 02903

Carol Twombly Poster Carol Twombly is a well know type designer. She created fonts such as Trojan, Myriad Pro, Chaparral, and display fonts Rosewood, Pepperwood, and Zebrawood. This project involved thinking of a concept using some of the fonts created by the type designer, and creating an eye catching poster that reflected her. Using one of Twombly’s most recognized display font as a main focus and use a famine color pallet.

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Carol Twombly type designer is having her work displayed in our gallery. Come and join us! Opening Ceremony: February 18, 2016 @ 5PM Work on display: February 18-24, 2016 Contact Info: 540 South Water St., Providence, RI 02903 www.bertgallery.com 401.751.2628


selena

Lives through her words

April 26, 2016 At 7:00 PM

Lawndale Art Center 4912 Main Street Houston, TX. 77002

www.lawndaleartcenter.org

Sponsored by: AIGA Texas

selena Lives through her words April 26, 2016 At 7:00 PM

Lawndale Art Center

4912 Main Street Houston, TX. 77002

www.lawndaleartcenter.org

Sponsored by: AIGA Texas

Selena: Lives Through Her Words This is a poster that is dedicated to singer Selena Quintanilla and her music. The design for this poster and postcard is inspired with the Art Deco Style in mind. It has an Art Deco feel because of the colors, font style, and decor.


Desserts Fried Banana.....................................3.99 (caramel scoop of ice cream) Banana Egg Roll................................3.99 Cheese Cake......................................2.99 Flan..................................................3.99 (1 scoop) Halo Halo.........................................4.99 Mais Con Yelo...................................3.99 Ube Cake...........................................2.99 (Based on Availavility) Ice Cream.........................................2.99 Green Tea Halo Halo Vanilla Chocolate Mango Mochi

Desserts Plain Ice Tea.......................................1.99 Sodas.................................................1.99 Iced Tea.............................................2.99 (flavored)

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BISTRO 82590 Hwy. 111 Indio, CA 92201

760.347.6235

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Pupu Platter..............,,,,,.............12.99 2 shonghai rolls, 2 crab wontows, 2 tempura shirmp and veggie, 2 gyola Tempura Shrimp...........................5.99 (4 pieces) Tempura Veggie............................3.99 (6 pieces) Combination Tempura...................6.99 4 pieces of shrimp and vegestables Crab Wontons...............................3.99 crab and creamcheese 6 pieces Shanghai Rolls..............................5.99 (6 piece) Pork, Mushroom, Onion, Garlic, Carrot Gyoza...........................................5.99 Fried Tofu......................................3.99 Fried Tofu with Crispy Pork...........6.99 Sashmi Appetizer........................10.99 chef’s choice (11 pieces) Deep Fried Calomari.....................7.99 Asian Wings..................................7.99 4J’s Pork Appetizers.....................9.00

Sizziling Dinners.............vv.....16.99 (Teppan style with onion, mushroom) Ribeye (6 OZ. House vegetables, rice) Filet Mignon (8 OZ) Salmon Dinner......................12.99 (Manggo Salsa) Grilled Tuna..........................12.99 (Island Style topped with cocodue sauce, house vegetables, rice) Grilled Pork Chops................12.99 (Island Style, house vegetables, rice 2 pieces) Beef Stir Fry..........................12.99 (house veggie, rice) Chicken Stir Fry.....................12.99 (house veggie, rice) Shrimp Stir Fry......................12.99 Sisig......................................12.99 (Filipino Sizziling Favorite) Beef Kabobe.........................12.99

Salads Super Sashmi.............................10.99 Sashimi Salad...............................7.99 Cucumber Salad...........................5.99 Garden Salad................................5.99 Chicken Salad...............................6.99 Chicken Ceazar.............................6.99 4J’s Special Salad.........................7.99 choice of chicken or salmon

4J’S Lunch Specials (10am-3pm)

4J’s Sushi Bistro This was a project that involve redesigning a logo of an established business. The color pallet is neutral so it would not take to much attention from the location. The concept was to make a simple and make a statement focus on the food and look of the restaurant. It was fun redesigning this logo from start to finish.

Chicken Teriyaki............................5.99 Beef Teriyaki..................................5.99 Chicken and Beef Combo.............6.99 Shrimp Teriyaki..............................5.99 Mixed Vegetables with Tofu...........6.99 Tempura Lunch..............................6.99 Grilled Pork Chops........................5.99 Tempura Pork Chops.....................5.99 Orange Chicken.............................5.99 Beef Brocolli..................................5.99 Combination Noodles....................7.99 Fried Tofu with Crackling Pork......7.99 Crackling Pork (Kawali).................8.99 Super 4J’s Lunch...........................9.99 (Chicken and Beef Teriyaki,Shrimp Tempura/ California Roll) Filipino Favorite with Egg..............5.99 Tap Longonisa Homonado Tocino

4J’s Super “Maki” Sushi Roll each 9.99 Super Crab Crunchy Roll (deep fried soft shell crab) Dragon Roll (unagi and avocado layered outside) Red Dragon (unagi and salmon leyered outside, crab inside, red hot sauce on top) Godzilla (deep fried roll with yellow tml and creamcheese) Hawaiian Roll (tuna and avodcadowith sesame seed sprinkles) Rainbow Roll (3 kind of fish layered to look like a rainbow) Las Vegas Roll (deep fried unagi, creamcheese, and avocado) Mexican Roll (california with tuna outside topped with jalapeno) Ribeye Roll (ribeye rolled and topped with grilled onoins and teriyaki sauce) Sexy Daisy Roll (tuna, avocado, wrapped with cucumber) Tiger Express Roll (salmon, avocado, spicy tuna) Emperor’s Roll (spicy tuna topped with unagi/ sweet and spicy) Ariey Jane Roll (crab,avocado, carrots inside) Avocado outside with spinach leaves (lobster)


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love birds The Love Birds This was a project that involve working with a concept for a product that involved creating packaging. The Love Birds is a product that has a line of different products. This product has a feel of a romantic and simplistic style. It is very feminine and has bold colors. It was hard work but it was fun designing this product line from start to finish.


What does Tac Tics Contain?

Instructions on how to play

1 Wooden box 40 Wooden Sticks (10 blue, 10 yellow, 10 green, and 10 violet) 3 Wooden Balls (1 black, 1 yellow, and 1 blue)

1. Insert all colored sticks into holes in a random order 2. Drop wooden balls into top of wooden platform 3. Each player will take turns pulling out any stick of their choice to guide the right ball down to the wooden box. 4. Each player can only pull out one stick at a time.

1 Torre de madera 40 Palitos de madera (10 azules, 10 amarillos, 10 verdes, y 10 violeta) 3 Pelatas de madera (1 negra, 1 amarilla, y 1 azul)

Who can play? Any one could play Tac Tics.Young or old. The whole point to this game is to have fun withevery member in the family. Tac Tics is usually played with 2 to 4 players in the ages of 10 years and older. Cual quiera puede jugar Tac Tics. Chico o grande. Elpunto de este juego es para que se divierta con cada miembro de su familia. Tac Tics es usualmente jugadocon 2 a 4 jugadores de las edades 10 +.

Each ball has a different significance according to color: Yellow: Player automatically wins Blue: Player loses a turn Black: Player automatically loses 1. Coloca todos los palitos de color en los abujeros en cualquier orden. 2. Tira las bolitas adentro de la plataforma de madera usuando el cuadrito que esta colocdo arriba 3. Cada jugador tomar su turno para sacar un palito de la estructura, con la intencion de guiar la pelotitas hasta la cajita colocada abajo de la plataforma. 4. Solo se puede sacar un palito a la vez cada turno. Cada pelotita tiene su propio significado por su color: Amarillo: Automaticamente gama el jugador Azul: El jugador pierde un turno Negra: Automaticamete pierde el jugador

Instructional Guide

Tac-Tics This was a project that involve working with a partner and thinking of a concept for a game that has not been invented. It was hard work but it was fun designing a game from start to finish. The game was designed in mind for children eight years and up. The color pallet used is attracting to children and adults.


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