Especially in light of yesterday’s end-of-the-year round up, we owe a huge, heartfelt apology to one Michael Wolff.
No, not the Michael Wolff who terrorized innocent bystanders with his attack on banality on that cold, dark, wintry night. (Although it’s not the first time he’s done such a thing…check out Wolff playing a similar role on a PBS panel.)
We want to issue an apology to the real Michael Wolff, the one who lends his last name to legendary British design firm Wolff Olins. Besides being responsible for a seizure-inducing logo or two, this Michael Wolff is reported to be an all-around lovely guy.
To differentiate between the two, henceforth we’ll call the non-designer Dr. Evil Michael Wolff. Which is what we were calling him anyway.
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