Sayulita is a beach village located on Mexico’s Pacific coast. This beautiful town is one of the 132 Mexican Magic Towns (Pueblos Mágicos), a designation awarded to those communities that over time have maintained their original architecture, traditions, history, and culture. Sayulita certainly has magic. It is well known for its popular surfing beaches, vernacular architecture and artistic facades, marvelous food, unique shops, and laid-back bohemian atmosphere that forces you to slow down a bit and appreciate life’s important moments. This book explores some of Sayulita’s distinctive typography where natural elements such as wood, rock, and plants along with hand-painted scripts and vibrant colors, will merge you into this town’s unique atmosphere and rich culture.
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Vivian is a graphic designer, and a full-time working mom. Her passion for design comes from a strong belief in design as a problem-solving tool, to determine how things function and not just how they look. While pursuing her career as a graphic designer, Vivian had the opportunity to gain real-world experience by working as an intern with a local marketing agency. This opportunity allowed her to improve her design skills and further develop her professional abilities on the field. Upon completion of her internship, Vivian was offered a job in the agency as a graphic designer. Vivian wants to further her education and combine her design skills with a Master’s Degree in Marketing and Communications.
In her spare time, Vivian loves exploring the outdoors with her daughter by going camping, hiking, enjoying water activities, or simply spending the day in the beautiful South Florida beaches.
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Wander Type: Sayulita, Mexico