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  1. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Part two in a series of food type pieces, I used tea to create type and contracted a second case of scented hands. Mmmmm!

    The attachment has a closer view of tea build up. Thanks!

    about 1 year ago

  2. Davide Baratta Davide Baratta

    Really dig this food type series!

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    about 1 year ago

  3. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Thanks @Davide! There's something strangely therapeutic working in a medium you can brush off the table (and into your mouth). I feel like all pressure is off in a weird way. :)

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    about 1 year ago

  4. kirk visola kirk visola

    That is too cool. Good stuff.

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    about 1 year ago

  5. Davide Baratta Davide Baratta

    I have to try :)

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    about 1 year ago

  6. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Thanks @kirk, it was tons of fun to do!

    @Davide, DO IT. It's so fun!

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    about 1 year ago

  7. Joseph Alessio Joseph Alessio

    I guess fewer people like tea than coffee haha! Looks great. I was trying to think of other powdery substances that you could use for something like this and the first thing I thought of was a line of coke... weird?

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    about 1 year ago

  8. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    @Joseph Alessio Hahah! Wow, my next shot would be a 400x300 of the cops cuffing me with 'Busted!' superimposed in scrawly permanent marker.

    Yeah, go figure with that. I guess we designy types are too highly caffeinated for mere teas, mate aside. Thanks for the love!

    about 1 year ago

  9. Claire Coullon Claire Coullon

    Oh awesome, so great to see this one! Beautifully done. I can't believe you managed to get a neatly lined geometric script out of tea leaves, ha. You and @Simon Frouws should team up on a series of tea-leaf-lettering-sculpting!

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    about 1 year ago

  10. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    @Claire- I was happy to do something more geometric, as I don't regularly do such things. I had hoped originally to do the word 'loose' using tighter lettering, though I didn't like the 'oos' ligature. :P Thanks for your thoughts, as always!

    about 1 year ago

  11. Claire Coullon Claire Coullon

    Ha, yeah I can imagine. Besides, drawing a smooth 'oos' combination is difficult enough anyway, let alone in tea leaves. Just saw your email by the way, thanks!

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    about 1 year ago

  12. Heidi Ahmed Heidi Ahmed

    I would love to see you use cayenne to spell out the word 'spicy' :)

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    about 1 year ago

  13. Ryan Hamrick Ryan Hamrick

    Was wondering how I missed this, then I realized I wasn't following...whaaaa?? Fixed. And this is dope.

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    12 months ago

  14. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    @Heidi, I missed this extremely perfect idea. Thanks so much and my apologies!

    @Ryan- hah, that's hilarious! Thanks so much for the props and devaluing all those tears on my pillow from projects past. I need to knuckle down and make some more!!

    12 months ago

  15. RaitG RaitG

    great

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    11 months ago

  16. Forastero Forastero

    Really dig this drugs series.

    11 months ago

  17. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    @Max Yeah, that was unintentional- typically me. :P

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    11 months ago

  18. Alenushka Advertising Alenushka Advertising

    Wow, tea!

    11 months ago

  19. This lemon zest & Darjeeling typography was inspired by Danielle's shot of Green Tea (and all her other food type shots).

    Attached are some close ups of the letters so that you can see the texture a little better.

    19 days ago

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