Milton Glaser: POP
- This bright book looks at the the work of illustrator and designer Milton Glaser during the 1960s and 1970s
- In 1954, he co-founded the legendary Push Pin Studios, and by the ’70s Milton Glaser was one of the most celebrated graphic designers of his day.
- His work graced book and album covers, posters, magazines, and advertisements, both famous and lesser-known.
- Glaser largely defined the international visual style for illustration, advertising, and typeface design and interest in his legacy continues, with modern creatives acknowledging his influence; for example, in 2014 Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner enlisted Glaser to design the ad campaign and branding for the show’s final season.
- 'Milton Glaser's designs changed the way we see the world.' - Gloria Steinem
- 288 pages