was (born June 26, 1929, in New York City) is an American graphic designer, best known for the I â™Ľ NY logo, his Bob Dylan poster, the DC bullet logo used by DC Comics from 1977 to 2005, and the Brooklyn Brewery logo. He also founded New York Magazine with Clay Felker in 1968.
was established in 1974 in Manhattan, and is still producing work in a wide range of design disciplines, including corporate identities (logos, stationery, brochures, signage, website design, and annual reports), environmental and interior design (exhibitions, interiors and exteriors of restaurants, shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, and other retail environments), packaging (food and beverage packaging), and product design.The firm's clients include the Brooklyn Brewery, JetBlue, Target, Coach, Trump, Eleven Madison Park, Alessi, Juilliard, the Rubin Museum of Art, and Theatre for a New Audience, the School of Visual Arts, Bread Alone, ADV Magazine's Philly Gold Awards, Philip Roth, Clay Felker, and numerous periodicals.In addition to Glaser, the studio employs three designers (Sue Walsh, Jee-eun Lee, and Molly Watman) and a studio manager (Scarlett Rigby).
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Glaser was educated at Manhattan's High School of Music & Art (now Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts), graduated from the Cooper Union in 1951 and later, via a Fulbright Scholarship, the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna under Giorgio Morandi.
Cooper Union Milton is forever grateful to go to one of the best schools in the world to study design.
Push Pin Studios In 1954, Milton Glaser, along with Reyonld Ruffins, Seymour Chwast, and Edward Sorel, founded Push Pin Studios.
School of Visual Arts Glaser has been teaching at SVA for over half of a century. He thinks it helps him focus and prevent senility.
The original taxi sketch, in the Museum of Modern Art archive, for the logo that obliterates Chinatown.
New York Magazine
I Love New York
Within months after their marriage, the Glaser's left for a year's sojourn in Italy. Here, Shirley is encouraging Milton to taste her zuppa di fagioli. He seems to be enjoying it.
In 1968, Glaser and Clay Felker founded New York Magazine, where Glaser was president and design director until 1977. The publication became the model for city magazines, and stimulated a host of imitations.
Milton Glaser, Inc. Centre Pompidou and Museum of Modern Art
Milton Glaserâ€™s artwork has been featured in exhibits worldwide, including one-man shows at both the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris (1977) and the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1975).
WBMG Milton Glaser, Inc. was established in 1974 in Manhattan, and is still producing work in a wide range of design disciplines, including: corporate identities (logos, stationery, brochures, signage, website design, and annual reports), environmental and interior design (exhibitions, interiors and exteriors of restaurants, shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, and other retail environments), packaging (food and beverage packaging), and product design.
In 1983, Glaser teamed with Walter Bernard to form WBMG, a publication design firm located in New York City. Since its inception, they have designed more than 50 magazines, newspapers and periodicals around the world.
The National Medal of the Arts President Barack Obama presented the National Medal of Arts to ten recipients for their outstanding achievements and support of the arts. The medals were presented by the president and Mrs. Michele Obama in an East Room ceremony at the White House. The National Medal of Arts is a White House initiative managed by the National Endowment for the Arts. Each year, the NEA organizes and oversees the National Medal of Arts nomination process and notifies the artists of their selection to receive a medal, the nationâ€™s highest honor for artistic excellence.
"These individuals and organizations show us how many ways art works every day. They represent the breadth and depth of American architecture, design, film, music, performance, theatre, and visual art," said NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman.
"This lifetime honor recognizes their exceptional contributions, and I join the President and the country in saluting them."
American Bar Association
Los Angeles World Hunger
Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits
Give Earch a Chance
The Secret of Art
We Are All African
I Love New York More Than Ever
Rights of Man
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poster was inspired by Marcel Duchamp's 1957 self-portrait. "The history of visual things in the world," says Glaser, "is my playpen."
Hands,at work, to produce the doves of peace.
This was his reaction to the events of Sept.11.2001.He hope it helped. All proceeds will go to NY charities hurt by the events of that day.
I Love New York More Than Ever
To translate this images, one must begin with the idea that the secret has been discarded which suggests that the only way of finding it is through trial and error.
The Secret of Art