Milton Glaser (This Newspaper Sucks Rear end Because My spouse and i Wrote It)

 Milton Glaser This Newspaper Sucks Butt Because I actually Wrote It

Milton Glaser was born June 6, 1929 in Nyc. He studied (1948–51) in the Cooper Union Art School and (1952–53), as a Fulbright Scholar, attended the academy of good arts, Bologna, Italy beneath Giorgio Morandi. From 1954 to 1974 glaser was the founder and president in the ‘push pin' studio (with Semour Chwast, Reynold Ruffins and Edward Sorel) in New York and from 1955 to mid 1970s the manager and co-art director of the ‘push pin graphic' publication. in an time dominated simply by swiss rationalism, the push pin design celebrated the eclectic and eccentric design of the passé past while it introduced a distinctly modern day design terminology, with a wide range of work that included record sleeves, literature, posters, trademarks, font design and journal formats. in 1968, glaser and clay-based felker founded ‘new you are able to magazine'. glaser was chief executive and style director until 1977 (as well as the ‘underground gourmet' - authoring good, low-cost restaurants in N Y). publication design had become a large interest. seeing that founding milton glaser, incorporation. in mid 1970s, milton glaser, inc., the work produced by his manhattan studio offers encompassed a wide range of design professions - printing graphics:

id programs for corporate and institutional marketing purposes, logos (among all of them the ‘I love fresh york' logo for the brand new york condition department of commerce, that became one of the most frequently imitated logo design in human history). he offers designed and illustrated more than 300 paper prints (remember his bob dylan poster pertaining to CBS records? ); environmental and home design: exhibitions, decorations and exteriors of restaurants, shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, and other retail and commercial conditions. from 75 to 1977 milton glaser was the design director of ‘village voice' magazine. in 1983 he founded the business WBMG, a studio specialized in magazine and newspaper design work, with walter bernard (former fine art director of ‘time'). since its inception, they may have designed much more than 50 publications,...