Chess is overused as a symbol of intelligence and tactical nous, so kudos to the inaugural Bonkers Firm Website of 2018 for shuffling the deck.
In a series of portentous images, Dutch firm Linq Advocaten casts its lawyers as protectors of a pyramid of playing cards. Their foes are not piffling draughts or curious toddlers. Instead they contend with a reanimated suit of armour, a collapsing Greek column, a raging fire and the high seas. Someone got their photoshop badge, and all it cost was a few lawyers' dignity. RollOnFriday cannot do justice to the painterly majesty of the original works, which are ginormous and quite, quite beautiful.
|Yvo can’t figure out why he never gets a second date.|
The black knight was no match for Anne's tough, leathery hands.
The cards were safe! Her tenants were less fortunate.
Marc woke to soaking sheets again.
The secretaries, at least one sheet to the wind.
Dramatic congratulations to Linq. If you've seen solicitors posing in grand masters, write in.