Daniel’s pick: The projects selected for this submission had a clear brief that gave purpose to the execution. I admire the sense of locality the brandings have—I’m sure it’s helping these businesses thrive. On one hand, we have the re-branding for Bradley’s Lock and Key Shop, which successfully brought to present tense a family-owned generational business. And on the other, Frankie’s Hot Dogs, which tells a not-told-enough story about the participation of women during the invention of the great dog. I think Savannah did a great job putting together her submission and efficiently telling the story of her projects.
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