This surreal 1960s poster was meant to express a connection between the music company Poppy and Thanksgiving—and to advertise a Carnegie Hall concert in late November of 1968. In 1954, with several university classmates, Glaser co-founded Push Pin Studios; twenty years on, he hung his own shingle. His work is bold, pared-down and yet highly expressive but usually as distinct as each client and leaps between media and styles.
Milton Glaser is one of the world’s top graphic designers. He co-founded New York magazine and his work has been honored with retrospectives by leading museums across the globe. Original unsigned poster. Poster comes unframed and ships in a tube.