Working as an Artist
In 2013 Danielle Evans combined her love of lettering, design, photography, and eating to create food typography.
In this episode, Danielle discusses the courageous move to become a full-time artist in a niche field. We also talk about knowing your worth as an artist and being comfortable charging for your work and time. Danielle also describes her recent experiences working for clients like John Frieda and McDonald's.
In a bonus segment, we discuss The Babadook's role as a gay icon and Kimora Lee Simmons' taste in men.
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