Milton Glaser

Milton Glaser is one of the world’s most renowned designers and illustrators from the United States of the later half of the 20th century. In 1954, he co-founded Push Pin Studios, founded New York Magazine with Clay Felker, and established Milton Glaser, Inc. in 1974. His artwork has been featured in exhibits, and placed in permanent collections in many museums worldwide. Throughout his long career, Glaser has become widely celebrated for his many posters, paperback covers, magazines illustrations, record jackets and architectural designs. His logo “I ♥ NY,” as well as posters for Bob Dylan and other artists, have become some of the most recognised and appropriated graphics of our times. This book is a compilation of Glaser’s 60s graphic design work.
Originally published by Japan’s great Idea Magazine as a special edition in 1968, this book is a hardcover re-print of this volume dedicated entirely to Glaser’s work. In addition to contributions by three of Japan’s greatest graphic designers Ikko Tanaka, Hiromu Hara, and Kiyoshi Awazu, an interview with Milton Glaser himself is included in the book. The art direction and layout by Tadanori Yokoo fully convey the atmosphere of the time and work of Glaser.

The 51th volume of Pushpin Graphic Magazine, which was dedicated to Georges Melies well-known for his movie “A Trip to the Moon,” is inserted as a supplement.

Milton Glaser (Idea Archive 02)
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