Liz Meyer and Gavin Potenza are Script & Seal, a two-person studio that specializes in, as they explain it, work “…in the fields that need the most transparency—medical, science, technology, journalism—to help clarify and break down barriers, making bewildering research interesting and digestible.”
Their work is exciting to me. It feels unique. I’ve been a designer for almost forty years now and the thing I most admire (and envy) about some of today’s top designers and illustrators is their ability to communicate complex ideas in simple terms. I love to try, but it is challenging.
Looks like the pair does or did share a space with Dan Cassaro—small world (see the post of February 22).