Moving Minds by Design - MIlton Glaser

Moving Minds by Design

Figure / Ground New York Dolls poster by Dirk Fowler. FIgure and ground, symmetry, closure.

The simple shapes and colours make this graphic. less is more, and it this graphic it works for the best, i absolutely love it.

"Plazm" magazine - Issue (LUCK) - 2006 - Cover by Milton Glaser I like the simplicity of this piece. Glaser uses text to enrich the background graphic (the cat) U-C as eyes. Symbolic black cat emphasizes the text.

Gorgeous type by Milton Glaser

30 Years, 30 Posters: Milton Glaser, 2×4, and Michael Bierut Celebrate AIGA/NY

Matteo Bologna for Mucca Design: AIGA/NY Anniversary Poster okay, i will bite. mucca IS one of my favorite design firms

Milton Glaser | The Work | New York State

Happy Birthday, Milton Glaser: The Greatest Graphic Designer Alive on Art, Purpose, and the Capacity for Astonishment

Milton Glaser, Cats and Bats and Things with Wings 1966

design-is-fine: Milton Glaser, illustration for the book Cats and Bats and Things with Wings, poems by Conrad Aiken,

Container List: A brief tour of Milton Glaser’s typography

Baby Teeth Typeface - Milton Glaser 1964 (Babyteeth is one of Glaser’s earliest and most successful typefaces — used in his most famous poster —alongside many other notable music promotions, such as this poster for Mahalia Jackson at Lincoln Center.


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