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Milton Glaser


Glaser has been called the “Picasso of Pop” and a “Modern Renaissance man” for his ability to erase the line between the accessibility of graphic design and the human resonance of art, to create a unique but universal language of form. For Glaser, this ability and desire for form-making defines man’s creativity: “All I ever wanted to do was to make images and create form. This instinct for form-making seems to be something that is very characteristic of our entire species. It’s one of the things that almost defines humankind.”

Milton Glaser- Poster Gallery
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Simon & Garfunkel

Orginal Poster
25 x 38in. printed 1967


New York
Orginal Poster
24,5 x 37 in. printed 1967



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