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Ten Signature Images From Milton Glaser’s Eclectic Career

In his graphic designs, he mingled Dürer with de Chirico, Breuer with Klimt, Islamic ornament with African textiles.
Tags: Art, Design, News, Posters, Milton, Glaser, Milton Glaser, New York (Magazine, Olivetti SpA, de Chirico Breuer


Why Milton Glaser’s Iconic “I [Heart] New York” Worked

Glaser scrawled the first draft of the logo in the back of a cab, in 1976, red ink on a scrap of envelope; the sketch is now, fittingly, in the possession of the Museum of Modern Art. He made it for a marketing campaign for New York State, in 1977, which was a tricky moment for the city in particular—it didn’t seem very lovable. In the final design, the typeface is American Typewriter, friendly and approachable, with a cartoonish cast (notice the rounded bent knee of the “N”) that was Glaser’s ...
Tags: Art, New York, People, New York State, Glaser, Milton Glaser, 06.30.20


Milton Glaser’s Unseen Design for New York: ‘Together’

A conversation with the graphic designer, who, until his death at 91, was still thinking about how his craft could help his beleaguered city.
Tags: Art, New York, Design, News, New York City, Milton, Glaser, Milton Glaser, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Milton Glaser (RIP) Explains Why We Must Overcome the Fear of Failure, Take Risks & Discover Our True Potential

Milton Glaser died last week at the age of 91, a long life that included decade upon decade as the best-known name in graphic design. Within the profession he became as well-known as several of his designs did in the wider world: the Bob Dylan poster, logos for companies like DC Comics, the Glaser Stencil font, and above all  I ? NY. Glaser may have become an icon, but he didn't become a brand — "one of my most despised words," he says in the interview clip above. He also acknowledges tha...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Design, College, Life, Bob Dylan, Pablo Picasso, Seoul, Samuel Beckett, Picasso, Saul Bass, Facebook Twitter, Glaser, Paulo Coelho, Milton Glaser, Colin Marshall


Milton Glaser (RIP) Presents 10 Rules for Life & Work: Wisdom from the Celebrated Designer

“None of us has really the ability to understand our path until it’s over,” the celebrated graphic designer Milton Glaser (RIP) muses less than a minute into the above video. Glaser’s many contributions to pop culture---the  I ? NY logo, the psychedelic portrait of a rainbow-haired Bob Dylan, DC Comics’ classic bullet logo---confer undeniable authority. To the outside eye, he seems to have had a pretty firm handle on the path he traveled for lo these many decades. Aspirant designers would d...
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Studio Visit | Milton Glaser

The designer Milton Glaser describes the birth of the ubiquitous “I ♥ NY” logo and the early days of New York magazine.
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Milton Glaser, Master Designer Of I Heart NY Logo, 91

Glaser, a co-founder of New York Magazine and designer of iconic images and styles, “changed the vocabulary of American visual culture in the 1960s and ’70s with his brightly colored, extroverted posters, magazines, book covers and record sleeves, notably his 1967 poster of Bob Dylan with psychedelic hair and his ‘I  NY’ logo.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Bob Dylan, New York Magazine, Glaser, Milton Glaser, 06.26.20


Milton Glaser, legendary graphic designer, RIP

Milton Glaser, the graphic designer who defined the visual style of the 1960s and 1970s, has died at age 91 of a stroke. Thanks for all the color, Mr. Glaser. You've seen his work everywhere, from the iconic "I NY" graphic for a 1977 tourism campaign to the incredible poster included in Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits album in 1967. He was also co-founder of New York magazine. From the New York Times: “We were excited by the very idea that we could use anything in the visual history of hum...
Tags: Art, Post, Design, News, Bob Dylan, Artists, Graphic Design, Illustrations, Dylan, Glaser, Milton Glaser, Marcel Duchamp, Olivetti, Glaser You, New York magazine From the New York Times, Piero di Cosimo


Milton Glaser, Creator of the 'I [Heart] NY' Logo, Dies at 91

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that Milton Glaser, graphic designer behind the famous 'IheartNYa logo, has died at age 91. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Milton Glaser, groundbreaking I ❤️ NY designer, dies aged 91

Glaser’s bold logo, created for free in 1977, helped boost New York’s image and he was also part of the team that founded New York magazineMilton Glaser, the groundbreaking graphic designer who adorned Bob Dylan’s silhouette with psychedelic hair and summed up the feelings for his native New York with “I (HEART) NY,” died Friday, on his 91st birthday.The cause was a stroke and Glaser had also had renal failure, his wife, Shirley Glaser, told The New York Times. Continue reading...
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Milton Glaser, Master Designer of ‘I ♥ NY’ Logo, Is Dead at 91

He also created the famous poster of Bob Dylan with psychedelic hair, was a co-founder of New York magazine and produced designs for everything from supermarkets to restaurants to “Mad Men.”
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Milton Glaser, Designer of Iconic ‘I ♥ NY’ Logo, Is Dead at 91

He also created the famous poster of Bob Dylan with psychedelic hair, was a co-founder of New York magazine and produced designs for everything from supermarkets to restaurants to “Mad Men.”
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How to Draw Like an Architect: An Introduction in Six Videos

That we pass through life without really perceiving our surroundings has long been a commonplace. How can we cure ourselves of this regrettable condition? Before we can learn to notice more of what's around us, we must have a process to test how much we already notice. Many artists and all architects already have one: drawing, the process of recording one's perceptions directly onto the page. But while artists may take their liberties with physical reality — it isn't called "artistic lic...
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A Brief History of IDEO: A Short Documentary Takes You Inside the Design Firm That Changed the Way We Think about Design

The design firm IDEO was founded in 1991, which may not sound like an especially long time ago, but consider it in technological terms: what kind of devices were we using in 1991? How did they look and feel? Chances are not just that the phone and computer you now carry around bear no resemblance to the ones you would have carried around — not that most of them could be carried around — 28 years ago, but that your furniture and household appliances have changed as well. And think, too, of y...
Tags: Google, Design, London, California, College, Stanford, Brian Eno, Seoul, Tim Brown, David Kelley, Ideo, Facebook Twitter, Paola Antonelli, Kelley, Speicher, Milton Glaser


Book Review—Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility

A long time I briefly worked to help promote a political campaign. The campaign wasn’t for a candidate running for office, but rather an amendment to the state constitution or something along those lines. The work was for a friend of a friend and it provided for some extra money at a time when I needed a little extra. My job wasn’t anything design related. It was more grunt work, handing out information and hammering some signs into the lawns of people who agreed to have a sign on their lawn....
Tags: Design, Web Design, Book Review, Steven Heller, Milton Glaser, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Veronique Vienne


Design Consultant Emily Cohen on Understanding Your Marketable Skills and Inventing Your Own Job

This interview is part of a series featuring the presenters participating in this year's Core77 Conference, "Now What? Launching & Growing Your Creative Business" , a one-day event aimed to equip attendees with tangible skills and toolkits to help produce and promote their products or services. Within the first few minutes of talking with self-proclaimed 'brutally honest' design consultant Emily Cohen, it becomes clear she means business. Emily's knack for giving productive, actionable feedba...
Tags: Design, Entrepreneurship, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Aiga, Emily, Milton Glaser, Design Business, Louise Fili, Emily Cohen, Core77 Conference, Emily Ruth Cohen


Citizen Designer

So, what is the responsibility of a designer when the design is impeccable but the client is tainted? Being accountable to some moral standard is the key. A designer must be professionally, culturally, and socially responsible for the impact his or her design has on the citizenry. Indeed, every good citizen must understand that his or her respective actions will have reactions. All individual acts, including the creation and manufacture of design for a client, exert impact on others. But Rand ...
Tags: Books, Business, Design, Book, Ethics, World Trade Center, Dante, Enron, Glaser, Steven Heller, Milton Glaser, Veronique Vienne, Skyhorse Publishing Amazon


IDEO’s Free Design Course on Prototyping Starts Today

A quick fyi: This week, the famous California design firm IDEO is launching a free 4-week course on Prototyping. As you might recall, we featured several months back A Crash Course in Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. If that piqued your interest in design and design thinking, then IDEO's course might hold appeal. Design Kit: Prototyping will help you learn how to build prototypes in "a low-cost and risk-averse way to get your ideas into the hands of the people you're trying to...
Tags: Google, Design, California, College, Stanford, Online Courses, Ideo, Facebook Twitter, Facebook and Twitter, Milton Glaser, O'Reilly Media Saul Bass


Milton Glaser – 10 Things I Have Learned – The Secret of Art

Milton Glaser is personally responsible for the design and illustration of more than 300 posters for clients in the areas of publishing, music, theater, film, institutional and civic enterprise, as... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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The first Annual Brand of the Year

In 1964, the late Marshall McLuhan coined, “The medium is the message.” He ushered in the notion that both the message and its medium influence how any communication is perceived. But in the Insta-culture of the early 21st century, it’s not as straightforward to find the cream of the crop. In an effort to understand, measure, and mark the brilliant, competitions have been created to determine the impact of brand messages. But these competitions charge an entry fee. And they often need entrants...
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The Pink Pussyhat wins the first Annual Brand of the Year

In 1964, the late Marshall McLuhan coined, “The medium is the message.” He ushered in the notion that both the message and its medium influence how any communication is perceived. But in the Insta-culture of the early 21st century, it’s not as straightforward to find the cream of the crop. In an effort to understand, measure, and mark the brilliant, competitions have been created to determine the impact of brand messages. But these competitions charge an entry fee. And they often need entrants...
Tags: Design, Washington, La, Time Magazine, Branding, Trump, Debbie Millman, Marshall McLuhan, Milton Glaser, SVA, Krista Suh, Jayna Zweiman, NYC 's School of Visual Arts, Pink Pussyhat, Kat Coyle, Little Knittery


Free Courses on Design from the Famous California Design Firm IDEO Start This Week

A quick fyi: This week, the famous California design firm IDEO has launched two free courses--a 7-week Introduction to Human-Centered Design and a 4-week course on Prototyping. As you might recall, we recently featured A Crash Course in Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School. If that piqued your interest in design and design thinking, then IDEO's courses might hold appeal. You can enroll in both courses, at no cost, today. More free courses can be found in our collection,  1,250 Free...
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Milton Glaser in conversation with Debbie Millman

“The Hippocratic oath is equally useful applied to designers as it is to doctors.” — Milton Glaser I really enjoyed listening to this, a conversation between two of my favourite designers, Milton Glaser and Debbie Millman. The piece at the end rings particularly true for me as I get the privilege of watching my daughter grow. Somewhat related, a little info on Glaser’s iconic I love New York logo.
Tags: New York, Design, Resources, Debbie Millman, Glaser, Milton Glaser


Take a Free Crash Course in Design Thinking from Stanford’s Design School

If you ask a few of today's youngsters what they want to do when they grow up, the word "design" will almost certainly come up more than once. Ask them what design itself means to them, and you'll get a variety of answers from the vaguely general to the ultra-specialized. The concept of design — and of designing, and of being a designer — clearly holds a strong appeal, but how to define it in a useful way that still applies in as many cases as possible? One set of answers comes from the 90-...
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Gorgeous billboards by street artist Kelsey Montague are being recycled into one-of-a-kind bags

Kelsey Montague is best known for her murals of sprawling angel wings, flocks of dragonflies, and other flights of fancy. Now, fans will be able to tote her work wherever they roam. After a stint as a featured #ArtLives artist for Rareform—a company that turns billboards into one-of-a-kind bags and accessories—Montague will receive the label’s signature treatment. For two weeks, billboards promoting Montague’s work held court near the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles and the L.A. Forum on...
Tags: Art, Design, Colorado, Los Angeles, Gallery, Recycling, Street Art, Denver, Accessories And Fashion, Recycled Fashion, Montague, Milton Glaser, Kelsey Montague, Tyler Ramsey, Recycled Bags, Upcycled Fashion


Gorgeous billboards by street artist Kelsey Montague are being turned into one-of-a-kind bags

Kelsey Montague is best known for her murals of sprawling angel wings, flocks of dragonflies, and other flights of fancy. Now, fans will be able to tote her work wherever they roam. Montague has teamed up with Rareform, a company that turns billboards into one-of-a-kind bags and other accessories, to produce art that will eventually be torn down and turned into art-covered bags and backpacks. For two weeks, billboards promoting Montague’s work held court near the Natural History Museum of Los ...
Tags: Art, Design, Colorado, Los Angeles, Gallery, Recycling, Street Art, Denver, Accessories And Fashion, Recycled Fashion, Montague, Milton Glaser, Kelsey Montague, Tyler Ramsey, Recycled Bags, Upcycled Fashion


Famous Logos And What Your Business Can Learn From Them

Every company wants to be popular and for its logo to be instantly recognizable and famous. In fact, some entrepreneurs think that companies become famous because they have great logos. That’s only partially correct. For example, Nike, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola have instantly recognizable and famous logos but each has spent hundreds of millions (if not billions) of dollars to promote their brands. Most companies don’t have huge budgets to build brands that equal some of the best in the world. B...
Tags: New York, Design, London, Small Business, Marketing, Disney, Sales, Creative, Entrepreneur, Startup, Nike, Wwf, Graphic Design, Coca Cola, Logo, Target


Milton Glaser’s 10 Rules for Life & Work: The Celebrated Designer Dispenses Wisdom Gained Over His Long Life & Career

“None of us has really the ability to understand our path until it’s over,” the celebrated graphic designer Milton Glaser muses less than a minute into the above video. The 86-year-old Glaser’s many... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Why I Doodle by Chris Piascik

Why do you doodle? Why wouldn’t I doodle? I’m not sure I’d know how to stop doodling if I wanted to—and I definitely don’t. Doodling is fun. When I was a kid my doodles helped fill the hole in my self-confidence which was a result of not knowing how to throw or catch. Getting picked last in gym class can be (almost) made up for when someone thinks you’re drawings are super cool. Milton Glaser said “drawing is how I think.” That resonates with me. Doodling helps me relax, doodling helps me...
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Milton Glaser Rated Every Olympics Logo Ever. This Was His Favorite

Glaser grants a strikingly simple design from the 1964 Tokyo summer Olympics his highest score. The post Milton Glaser Rated Every Olympics Logo Ever. This Was His Favorite appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Design, Gallery, Tokyo, Logo Design, Olympics 2016, Glaser, Milton Glaser



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