Express who you are with wine. Seriously.
In the 1969, Italian author Italo Calvino wrote the Castle of Crossed Destinies where weary travelers were struck dumb. They could not utter a word. Instead they huddle around a wooden table laying out Tarot cards to speak to strangers. The cards crisscross an intertwined narrative. What’s remarkable is that his characters spoke through pictures. And much like the aim of this blog, I believe that complex notions can be communicated through other things than words. Big, important ideas arrive in […]
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