AAF Cincinnati Addys 2014- Crafted

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  1. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    I worked with Landor in Cincinnati craft an identity for the 2014 Addys highlighting the handcrafted. Together we made two stunning versions and a beautiful teaser video, the latter of which can be viewed here by scrolling to the bottom of the page. Check the attachment for a full view. Brewtiful.

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    3 months ago

  2. Nina Zivkovic Nina Zivkovic

    Definitely Brewtiful!!!

    3 months ago

  3. Bob Ewing Bob Ewing

    Beautiful Danielle, by far one of my favorite pieces of yours!

    3 months ago

  4. My favorite iteration of AAF's CincinnAddys, made from malt with a beautiful accompanying video here. This is one poster that will see wall space at my place.

    3 months ago

  5. Allison House Allison House

    damn girl, do work

    3 months ago

  6. Clay Wiese Clay Wiese

    Very nice!

    3 months ago

  7. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Thanks for the kind words, @Nina and @Bob! You two are some of my loudest internet supporters, and I am always indebted to you!

    Thanks @Allison! You are the reason for my new addiction to HeyDay- such a cool app! I appreciate you stopping by.

    I appreciate it, @Clay!

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    3 months ago

  8. Rhia Winkelman Rhia Winkelman

    @Danielle Evans This shot is absolutely AMAZING! Can't wait to explore more of your work!

    about 1 month ago

  9. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Thank you so much, @Rhia! I love your brand name- reminds me of Say Anything's song, 'Red Cat/Yellow Cat', but way cuter. ;)

    about 1 month ago

  10. Rhia Winkelman Rhia Winkelman

    @Danielle Evans Thanks! It's got a catchy rhythm to it, that's for sure. Visited your website yesterday and was blown away by the content. You've done some incredible work.

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    about 1 month ago

  11. Danielle Evans Danielle Evans

    Thanks so much, @Rhia. I've been extremely fortunate this past year and hope the same for the upcoming!

    about 1 month ago

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