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PG419 "Take a Trip to Lotus Land" Poster by Milton Glaser (1967) yellow, blue, graphic, flowers, nude

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Before the legendary Push Pin Studios, there was the Push Pin Almanack—a small publication produced by Ed Sorel, Seymour Chwast, Reynold Ruffins & Milton Glaser. Even as sophomore art students at Cooper Union this group of classmates was already thinking about autonomy and had set up a studio called Design Plus in a loft near the school. After graduating in 1951 they moved to a different loft and got day jobs.

Before the legendary Push Pin Studios, there was the Push Pin Almanack—a small publication produced by Ed Sorel, Seymour Chwast, Reynold Ruffins & Milton Glaser. Even as sophomore art students at Cooper Union this group of classmates was already thinking about autonomy and had set up a studio called Design Plus in a loft near the school. After graduating in 1951 they moved to a different loft and got day jobs.

Before the legendary Push Pin Studios, there was the Push Pin Almanack—a small publication produced by Ed Sorel, Seymour Chwast, Reynold Ruffins & Milton Glaser. Even as sophomore art students at Cooper Union this group of classmates was already thinking about autonomy and had set up a studio called Design Plus in a loft near the school. After graduating in 1951 they moved to a different loft and got day jobs.

Before the legendary Push Pin Studios, there was the Push Pin Almanack—a small publication produced by Ed Sorel, Seymour Chwast, Reynold Ruffins & Milton Glaser. Even as sophomore art students at Cooper Union this group of classmates was already thinking about autonomy and had set up a studio called Design Plus in a loft near the school. After graduating in 1951 they moved to a different loft and got day jobs.

Milton Glaser

Milton Glaser

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Milton Glaser - Nina Simone Tomato. Glaser: a Designer's Illustrator, an Illustrator's Designer?

Milton Glaser - Nina Simone Tomato. Glaser: a Designer's Illustrator, an Illustrator's Designer?

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