March 26, 2006

Ruining Shakespeare

Filed under: literature, theater — ted @ 2:49 pm

Those of you unfortunate enough to have last year’s Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival poster seared into your memory will remember that it was one of the more disgusting design pieces of all time. This year’s, however, gives it a good run:

Now imagine, if you dare, this selfsame image with the slogan, “Life shouldn’t be all work and no plays!” set at the bottom. This imagine, with that slogan, is what you’ll see posted on many bus-depots downtown. Lord have mercy.


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