Two titles are being added to the Moleskine Books Inspiration and Process in Design series: Louise Fili and Milton Glaser.
‘Remembering Milton Glaser, Class of 1951’ celebrates the work of legendary graphic designer and Cooper Union alumnus. The exhibition runs through January 15 in the 4th Avenue colonnade of The Cooper Union’s Foundation Building.
The Design of Dissent is an exhibition of graphic works of protest against social and political problems. It was first mounted by Milton Glaser and Mirko Ilic in 2005.
Glaser says he wanted to create a sense of pleasure with the Rhode Island logo much like he did for New York.
“I go to work every morning with the possibility that I might learn something I don’t already know … You should look at every problem and think, ‘what can I learn by doing this?’ And if you think you can learn nothing, forget about doing it.” – Milton Glaser, named Most Influential Graphic Designer of […]