Danielle Evans is a child of the Midwest. She has inhabited steel towns of western Pennsylvania, vast plains of Indiana, and everywhere in between before settling in picturesquely urban Columbus, Ohio. She derives great pleasure in walking everywhere and playing soccer in the park.
She waffles between calling herself a designer and illustrator, due to the narrative nature of her work. Delighting in lettering and typography, she uses paper cutting, food, chalk, calligraphy, brush pens, and digital practices to achieve her solutions. The process is surprising and often organic, staving off most OCD compulsions.
Danielle has worked with large companies, non-profits, and startups, internationally and locally. Ask her about Tanz-Mex (what is it?), Korean couple tshirts, or her largest endeavor: vinyl murals for a Virginia charter school, totaling almost four hundred feet in length.
She decidedly hates talking in the third person but has yet to find a better way to write a profile. Contact her here to talk shop!
En route to Wild, Wonderful West Virginia for a funeral. Dress code is blue collar.
Shit just got real, you guys. I hope I survive the next three weeks. #whenitrainsitpours