2016 Dining Awards | Orlando Magazine

Art direction and editorial layout for the May 2016 Dining Awards issue of Orlando magazine. 3D printed statue by William "Wink" Winkler.

Selections from the 2016 Dining Awards issue.
3D printed statue by William "Wink" Winkler/Will Wink Ink
Photo by Roberto Gonzalez

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