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'''Milton Glaser''' (born June 26, 1929) is an American [[graphic designer]]. His designs include the [[I Love New York|I ❤ NY]] logo,<ref name= still>{{cite news| url=| work= [[The New York Times]]| title= The Master Designer: Milton Glaser Still Hearts New York| first= John| last= Leland| date= July 29, 2016| accessdate= September 24, 2019}}</ref><ref name= FYOL>{{cite web |url= |title= Fifty Years Of Loss |accessdate=2008-04-26 |date=2007-09-28 | LLC |work= [[Forbes]] |last= McGookin| first= Steve}}</ref> the psychedelic [[Bob Dylan]] poster, and the logos for [[DC Comics]] and [[Brooklyn Brewery]].<ref>{{cite web| url= |title= Brooklyn Brewery logo| website=| archive-url= |archivedate=2011-10-04 }}</ref> In 1954, he also co-founded [[Push Pin Studios]], co-founded ''[[New York (magazine)|New York]]'' magazine with [[Clay Felker]], and established Milton Glaser, Inc. in 1974. His artwork has been featured in exhibits, and placed in permanent collections in many museums worldwide.<ref name=":1">{{Cite web|url=|title= Biography| website= |language=en-us|access-date=2016-07-18}}</ref> Throughout his long career, he has designed many posters, publications and architectural designs. He has received many awards for his work, including the [[National Medal of Arts|National Medal of the Arts]] award from President [[Barack Obama]] in 2009, and was the first graphic designer to receive this award.<ref name=":1" />
Glaser was born in [[The Bronx]], [[New York City|New York]], [[New York (state)|New York]], to Hungarian Jewish immigrants.<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Getting to Know Milton Glaser, the Godfather of Modern Design |accessdate=2014-04-02 |date=2014-04-02 |website= |last= Wack| first= Arianne}}</ref> The family resided in the [[South Bronx]].<ref name= still /> Glaser and Chwast directed Push Pin for twenty years, while it became a guiding reference in the world of graphic design.<ref>[ Pushpin Group website], accessed June 6, 2008.</ref> In 1983, Glaser teamed up with Walter Bernard and started a publication design firm called WBMG in New York City. WBMG has designed more than 50 magazines, newspapers and periodicals around the world.<ref name=":1" />
Over his career, Glaser has personally designed and illustrated more than 300 [[poster]]s. His work is displayed in the [[Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum]], New York; the [[Victoria and Albert Museum]], [[London]]; and the [[Israel Museum]], [[Jerusalem]]. His work has also been featured in exhibits all over the world. He has also done one-man shows at the [[Centre Georges Pompidou]] in [[Paris]] and the [[Museum of Modern Art]] in New York City.<ref name=":1" />
Glaser is the subject of the 2009 [[documentary film]] ''To Inform and Delight: The World of Milton Glaser''.<ref>{{cite news |title=Movie Review: "To Inform and Delight: The World of Milton Glaser"; Artist With His Signature on the City |first=Stephen |last=Holden |newspaper=New York Times |date=May 22, 2008}}</ref> A tribute to Glaser, still working in his 90th year, was published in the New York Times in 2019.<ref>{{cite news |last1=Leland |first1=John |title=Why This Famous Graphic Designer, at 90, Still ♥ NY |url= |accessdate=4 July 2019 |work=The New York Times |date=4 July 2019}}</ref>
== Works ==
=== Push Pin Studios ===
he died from cancer
After graduating at the [[Cooper Union]] in New York City, [[Reynold Ruffins]], [[Seymour Chwast]], [[Edward Sorel]] and Glaser, founded [[Push Pin Studios]] in 1954. Glaser joined after his return in [[Italy]]. In 1957, the "Push Pin Monthly Graphic," was sent out to friends and clients. They rejected tradition and favored "reinvigorated interpretations of historical styles."<ref name=":3">{{Cite web|url=|title=Pushpin Gallery|website=|access-date=2016-07-20}}</ref> The studio "redefined and expanded the imprimatur of the [[designer]], [[illustrator]], and [[visual culture]] at large."<ref name=":3" />
=== Bob Dylan Poster ===