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Stacey Noyes is a graphic designer living in Vancouver, Canada.

Working primarily in the cultural sector, LuzForm specializes in book design with an emphasis on art catalogues and illustrated non-fiction. Her work is noted for its strong typographic focus and rigorous attention to detail.

Recent clients include the Burnaby Art Gallery, Greystone Books, the West Vancouver Art Museum, Equinox  Gallery, ph5 architecture and the Association of Canadian Archivists.

Please get in touch!

Education

Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Bachelor of Design

UBC Continuing Studies, Digital Communication

User Experience Design

User Interface Design

The name LuzForm comes from an all-too-brief six months spent studying design in Mexico City.

LUZ

Spanish (pronounced loose): light

FORM

English: the mode in which a thing manifests itself.

Everything we see is light. Form is what we make with the light.

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Working Together

“Although many people claim to listen, Stacey actually does. As a result the work she did for us helped to understand and articulate our goals and ambitions for our firm. The fact that the process was actually fun made the final product even better.”

Henning Knoetzele

ph5 Architecture

Keith Langergraber
“The Professionals”
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Eli Bornowsky
“All is Unmentionable Up in the Air”
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“Working with Stacey at LuzForm has always been a pleasure. She is meticulous in thinking through each detail of a project, and has allowed us to achieve some very unique results within our publications program. LuzForm has worked seamlessly with our team, from the initial ideas right through to proofs and press, and creates beautiful books!”

Jennifer Cane, curator

Burnaby Art Gallery