Creators. Doers. Makers. Video Series – WMC Fest Episode 1: Danielle Evans

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  • Aug 25, 2015
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The WMC Fest Creators. Doers. Makers. Series

Our new video series highlights remarkable makers and designers that inspire and motivate us to create greatness. This week we put the spotlight on Danielle Evans. You may recognize Danielle’s work from this year’s Ink Wars competition or her downright delicious Food and Dimensional Typography Workshop – both featured at the best creative conference of the summer, Go Media’s Weapons of Mass Creation Fest!

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If you’re unfamiliar, Danielle Evans, aka Marmaladebleue, is an urban Columbus, Ohio native. She derives great pleasure in walking everywhere, taking food photos on Instagram, and being ‘the cool aunt’. Her heartstrings are plucked by lettering, which she exhibits through most notably food and dimensional type. Her work is thoughtful and inventive, elevating commonplace items into extraordinary lettering. She art directs, food styles, and collaborates with personable and quirky clients to achieve authentic and approachable work for social media campaigns, editorials, and advertising.

Weapons of Mass Creation Fest is presented by Cleveland web design, logo design and graphic design studio Go Media.

Watch the Video Now:

The Creators. Doers. Makers. Series, directed by Aaron Freeder, will be back with more videos highlighting your favorite Weapons of Mass Creation Fest artists. Continue checking back here on the ‘Zine or over at wmcfest.com for more great features.

Food Typography Video
Watch Episode 2: Michael Bierut

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WMC:O-T-G is a three-day weekend retreat aimed at graphic designers, small business owners and other design-minded creatives looking to step away from their screens to get advice from our expert faculty. Our attendees will come away with tangible tools and action steps they can use to grow their businesses and become more confident designers.This intimate event is open to under 60 attendees, speakers, workshop leaders and staff. Located at Mohican State Park in Loudonville, Ohio, the WMC Fest community will come together in small cabins to bond over a campfire and their love for creativity.

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