Today I’m talking with dimensional typographer, Danielle Evans. We chat about carving Emu eggs, how she’s learned to trust her gut when red flags start to pop up with clients, being a specialized generalist, how she keeps her work fresh and innovative in the face of growing competition, defending her work when people start to copy her and encroach on her projects, plus a whole lot more.

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Mentioned in the Show

- The Case for Copying: Ideas to Beg, Borrow and Steal

- The Case for Copying, Part 2: Say My Name

- Jack Juris

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