Milton Glaser – Passing on his Gifts – What is the role of the artist?

I received so many hits on my blog and positive comments from people who clicked on the last video; that I just had to share this second video. Milton answers the question "where am I going with design?" He makes all the frustration, toil and heartache seem worth it. — You must see this if — you Heart Milton Glaser as I do.

Stay tuned I will be posting a recent lecture I attending via video conference where Milton discusses his current show In Search of the Miraculous or One Thing Leads to Another currently on exhibit at AIGA New York. I found some intriguing hidden images in his dark series – at least I think I did. I will post it soon.

One thought on “Milton Glaser – Passing on his Gifts – What is the role of the artist?

  1. Francielmo says:

    you can use .PSD files but how many times do they end up putting bonnidug boxes into your project. Doesn’t always happen but does often enough to be a problem. Why not be safe? I see so much of this, but I still can’t get a full-time job.I went gray at 40. When I looking for work, I never get a second interview until I dye my hair. Then I meet with the 20-30-year-olds, and I never hear back why I didn’t get the job–too old or no degree.Having read these posts, and thinking about adding a page to my website “Because no one has asked”, adding new designs for all those projects I haven’t been asked to do in years, I will contact local services who cannot afford a designer and can use a downloadable fillable form (Word), PDF or eBook, etc.There is a lot of useable ideas in this link, and I thank you for your ideas. If anyone needs a lot of production, contact me.Laurel, if they ask, please forward.Thanks.Jane

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