About Daniel
Daniel David Kent is an Art Director & Graphic Designer originally from Northern Illinois. Previously from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, he now lives in Philadelphia. Daniel works on projects associated with the arts, fashion, publishing, cultural institutions, and activism. Daniel also runs Ceremonious People, a sporadic publishing project, since 2010. Many of the publications involve collaborations with writers, photographers, and illustrators. The publications are made by hand in small editions. Currently ACD @ Urban Outfitters
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Current city: Philadelphia
Other cities: Lancaster
Daniel David Kent is an Art Director & Graphic Designer originally from Northern Illinois. Previously from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, he now lives in Philadelphia. Daniel works on projects associated with the arts, fashion, publishing, cultural institutions, and activism. Daniel also runs Ceremonious People, a sporadic publishing project, since 2010. Many of the publications involve collaborations with writers, photographers, and illustrators. The publications are made by hand in small editions. Currently ACD @ Urban Outfitters
 
Good atmosphere when I feel like reading/sketching in public. A couple of vegetarian options and good coffee.
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Local bike parts/repair shop. Tom, the owner, is always helpful and willing to share his expertise.
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I always leave this bookstore with something I never knew I wanted. Unique Art/design selection.
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Beautiful cemetery from the mid 1700s, good for reading/sketching in private. One of many that I visit. Some of the last places to find peace.
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