A design with knowledge to give, in A Drawing Lesson we find a deconstruction of artistic depiction. Skeletal tangibility is measured against the frivolity of artistic interpretation and mediated by the mechanism of photography. Let’s not mince words—this is less a poster than a statement on art itself. In 1954, with several university classmates, Milton Glaser co-founded the legendary Push Pin Studios, whose work would define modern graphic design. His work is bold, pared-down and yet highly expressive. Usually as distinct as each client, it leaps between media styles.
Lithograph made using acid-free archival quality paper and inks. Unsigned. Unframed.
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