All Words. No Words.
These are two examples of projects I wish Libretto had worked on – one a print ad, one a PSA. One is composed entirely of words; the other is virtually devoid of them.
“The cobbler’s children have no shoes,” the old adage says.
The question looms: Can people who write all day long find time to chronicle the passions, obstacles, and guilty pleasures that drive and influence their work? Behold the result.