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“Coke Side of Life” Poster  Illustrator  Milton Glaser-inspired poster for Coca-Cola's 2007 "Coke Side of Life" Campaign.

“Coke Side of Life” Poster Illustrator Milton Glaser-inspired poster for Coca-Cola's 2007 "Coke Side of Life" Campaign.

A very popular well known logo that has been adapted for different uses. The vibrant effect of the red heart next the the black font makes the logo highly visible and clear.

A very popular well known logo that has been adapted for different uses. The vibrant effect of the red heart next the the black font makes the logo highly visible and clear.

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Afiche de Milton Glaser

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!! A number of design elements I like make up this image such as the rising sun…

!! A number of design elements I like make up this image such as the rising sun…

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.

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

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

art by Milton Glaser: “That’s the great benefit of being in the arts, where the possibility for learning never disappears.” – Milton Glaser

art by Milton Glaser: “That’s the great benefit of being in the arts, where the possibility for learning never disappears.” – Milton Glaser

1967 Mahalia Jackson by Milton Glaser by sandmarg on Etsy

1967 Mahalia Jackson Milton Glaser

1967 Mahalia Jackson by Milton Glaser by sandmarg on Etsy

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