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The Project - Make a Zine About Food0:23
What's Your Recipe? - Inspiration & Ideas1:23
Prep Your Station - Materials & Workspace0:37
Let's Cook - Drawing & Layout1:33
Time to Plate - Printing4:06
Time to Plate - Binding7:27
Ready to Serve - Final Thoughts0:59
About This Class
Explore how illustrator Grace Danico brings whimsy, play, and excitement into every project she touches. In this 18-minute class, you’ll learn her step-by-step process for cooking up fun food illustrations and translating them into a zine —as well as a range of insider insights on creativity, design confidence, and the power of stories. This class is perfect for designers, illustrators, foodies, and everyone who loves to eat. No prior knowledge or experience required! By the end, you’ll have everything you need to whip up, create, and share your own special food zine.
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Grace Danico specializes in art, illustration, design and animation.
Her work is a playful intersection of bold lines, imaginary characters, bright colors and lettering inspired by food, travel, plants, music and home life. She curated and wrote about illustration for the mid-century modern design blog Grain Edit, ran a pop-up restaurant, and graduated from Pratt Institute with a Masters in Library and Information Science.
She can often be found snacking, hunting for old books, playing her Casio keyboard and digging for records. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles as an archivist and freelance creative.