What is it they say about pictures and a thousand words? In cases of mistaken identity, an errant photo seems more likely to spawn a tonne of verbiage than cut to the chase. Take the ‘who’s that senior designer?’ face-off saga involving Name’s Graeme Kendrew and Creative Action’s Bill Brennan (see DW 27 June & 4 July for earlier episodes). The hitherto-unseen Brennan-mailed us, miffed that an ‘imposter’s head’ cropped up in the Letters page last time out. ‘People will do anything to get their picture in the press. Please find mine attached,’ he writes. You don’t say, Bill. And what a handsome fellow he is too.
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