The time has come to see who will take the cake. Did that careful concoction of taste, nutrition, and imagination stimulate the senses? Or maybe it was too stale to make it to the final course. Cookie-cutter can be tasteful and you never know what will please the palette.
Come find out what was put on the chopping block and what was able to rise to the occasion. Can you taste the victory? It sizzles as it passes by and everyone wants a piece of the glory.
Thursday, November 17, 2016.
6:30 p.m – 10:00 p.m.
520 S High St, Columbus, OH 43215
We’ll save you a spot at the table. Get your ticket to see who takes the cake. Dress up in your finest or come as you are. But don’t forget your apron—it’s gonna get messy.
Jennifer Hood is a mildly tortured creative based out of Newport Beach, CA. She is the co-founder of Hoodzpah Design, a branding firm for design-driven companies. With twin sister and co-founder, Amy Hood, she recently created a goods company called Odds and Sods (bandanas, pins, prints and other unnecessary necessaries).
Jesse Reed is an associate partner for Michael Bierut at the New York office of Pentagram Design. His clients include Hillary Clinton, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bobby Flay, Penguin Random House, New York University, and the New York City Department of Transportation, among many others. Before joining Pentagram, Jesse was a designer for the Department of Advertising and Graphic Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
David Vawter is the Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer at Doe-Anderson in Louisville, Kentucky. His clients include: Maker’s Mark, Triumph, Blockbuster, Chrysler, Coca-Cola, Odwalla, PNC Bank and Vera Wang, among others. His and his teams’ work has been recognized by The One Show, The David Ogilvy Awards, The Shorty Awards, and as “best remembered of the year” by The Wall Street Journal.