Inspired by the work of film graphic designer Annie Atkins, Danielle is using graphic design as a medium to communicate a story. Through the specific curation of physical and printed ephemera, Addersfield tells the layered story of a small town fire being investigated for an insurance claim. Audiences are asked to engage with and explore through the tactile evidence to gain perspective and understanding of goings-on within the quaint, lumber-ridden community. What do time cards, telegrams, and tree oils have to do with an arson case?


Art + Design



Graphic Design [BFA]



Graphic Design Thesis


Instagram: @daniellerozsnyai

Danielle Rosni

Danielle Rosni is a graphic designer from Romeo, MI. She is passionate about design and narrative, with a focus on the relationship between the two. Currently, Danielle works as a graphic designer at a local printing company.

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Website built by LTU CoAD Exhibition Committee

Special thanks to: Asst. Prof. Bilge Nur Saltik, Prof. Jenna Walker, Gabrielle Larkin, Evelyn Herrmann