Milton Glaser: Art Deco, 1970

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Original poster from the Milton Glaser Archive. Long inspired by Art Deco graphic design, Glaser designed this poster to promote an Art Deco exhibition at the Finch College Museum of Art in 1970. This was a two-color poster that employed two split fountains on the press in order to create the effect of a full color announcement. As Glaser said, "of course, this requires a sympathetic pressman and willingness to spend a lot of time adjusting the results."

Milton Glaser (1929–2020) co-founded Push Pin Studios with Seymour Chwast in 1954 and New York magazine with Clay Felker in 1968. From his psychedelic silhouette of Bob Dylan, to the I Love New York logo, Milton’s works have been pivotal in defining American visual culture.

Printed in 1970, Measures 36 x 24 inches. Ships rolled. 

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