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Scott Biersack – Livin' The Dream

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14:15 PM | 7 May 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Sometimes the best way to promote yourself is to just show off your dedication and craft. Scott Biersack’s wine box doesn't go on about his experience and skills, it shows what he can do.

Type obsessed letterer, designer and Illustrator Scott Biersack from Arizona created this wonderfully crafted wine box and bottle. 

Sometimes the best way to promote yourself is to just show off your dedication and craft. Scott's piece doesn't go on about his experience or have a list of his skills, it just shows what he can do.

Scott said of the project: "Livin' The Dream is a project I completed just for the pure love and passion for my craft. I've been dragged down by others recently and I felt like I lost a bit of myself & my creativity. I wanted to create something that showed exactly who I am, what I do, and how I do it. Everything about this project was made by hand, just the way it should be. Being able to express myself and flex my creative muscles was exactly what I needed at this time in my life. And with that, I'm truly Livin' The Dream."

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