Milton Glaser’s posters—more than 450 since 1965—combine conceptual rigor and originality with a mastery of visual language and a high level of artistic expression. Milton Glaser Posters includes them all, with Glaser’s own commentary describing his thought process and inspiration. The book is a delight for the art lover, an education in visual expression, and an entertaining journey through the cultural life of half a century, all rolled into a single compact, intense volume.
Easily considered one of the greatest living poster artists, Milton Glaser (b. 1929) was one of the founders of Push Pin Studios, along with Seymour Chwast. Glaser also co-founded New York Magazine in 1968 and went on to create his own famously well regarded studio. Over the course of his career he's created many beloved posters, such as his phychedelic Bob Dylan image. His most iconic contribution may be the 'I love New York' logo, with the red heart replacing the word love.