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Created as an advertisement for Sony cassette tapes, this original 1979 lithograph by Milton Glaser used the score of Beethoven's 6th Symphony as the background to a pastoral intervention creating something of a spectacular remix. In 1954, with several university classmates, Glaser co-founded Push Pin Studios; twenty years on, he hung his own shingle. His work is bold and pared-down, yet highly expressive. It is usually as distinct as each client and leaps between media and styles. Now 84, Glaser's influence on contemporary illustration and design is considered inestimable.
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Sony Tape Full Color Sound. Printed in 1979. Original unsigned poster. Unframed. This vintage print is in good condition.
H 36” W 24”
Few artists have influenced modern graphic design more than New York native, Milton Glaser. Creator of the universally known “I (heart) NY” graphic, Glaser was a founder of the hugely influential Pushpin Studios and has remained on the vanguard of graphic design for over 50 years. Still working today, he was awarded the prestigious National Medal of the Arts in 2009.