An overview of the work of illustrator and designer Milton Glaser during the 1960s and 70s.
From 1954, when he co-founded the legendary Push Pin Studios, to the late 70s, Milton Glaser largely defined the international visual style for illustration, advertising, and typeface design.
Across thousands of works across all print media, he invented a graphic language of bright, flat color, drawing and collage, imbued with his customary wit. This collection from Glaser’s Pop period features hundreds of examples of his work that have not been seen since their original publication, demonstrating the graphic revolution that transformed design and popular culture.
25 x 29.8 cm
The Monacelli Press