Volumeone was established in 1997 by Matt Owens. It strives to synthesize visual exploration and smart design solutions while maintaining the highest level of design expertise and freshness of approach. All design challenges involve a dialogue between client, creative and the needs of the project and Volumeone works to illuminate and open up this dialogue in an effort to develop the best solutions possible.
Volumeone clients include Ride Snowboards, Levi's Europe, XLR8R Magazine, Sizzle clothing label in Japan, Leo Burnett and the American Institute of Graphic Art. After graduating from the University of Texas in 1993, Volumeone founder Matt Owens went on to earn his MFA in graphic design from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1995. From 1995 to 1997 Matt served as the creative director at MethodFive in New York, devloping projects for clients such as National Geographic, Apple, the American Lung Association, and Toshiba. From 1999 to 2003 Matt joined with Warren Corbitt to establish one9ine, a design firm specializing in visual communications for print, broadcast and interactive media. Matt worked with Sony, Nike, The New York Public Library and Blue Note Records. Matt is also a partner in The Riviera, a small gallery in Brooklyn that focuses on up and coming artists, designers and photographers. Matt's work has been recognized by the Art Directors Club and American Center for Design.
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