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==Biography==
Glaser was born in [[The Bronx]], [[New York City|New York]], [[New York (state)|New York]], to Hungarian Jewish immigrants.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://hyperallergic.com/118140/getting-to-know-milton-glaser-the-godfather-of-modern-design/ |title=Getting to Know Milton Glaser, the Godfather of Modern Design |accessdate=2014-04-02 |date=2014-04-02 |website= hzperallergic.com |last= Wack| first= Arianne}}</ref> The family resided in the [[South Bronx]].<ref name= still /> Glaser and [[Seymour Chwast]] directed Push Pin for twenty years, while it became a guiding reference in the world of graphic design.<ref>[http://pushpininc.com/ 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" />
 
=== Push Pin Studios ===
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=http://www.pushpininc.com/about/pushpin/|title=Pushpin Gallery|website= pushpininc.com|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" />
 
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