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Glaser Frankenstein Poster

New Documents has collected a wide range of objects created by one of America's most important design firms the wildly influential Push Pin Studios. Founded by Milton Glaser Seymour Chwast Reynold Ruffins and Ed Sorel in 1954—graduates all of New York's The Cooper Union—Push Pin designed posters such as Original Dick Gregory's Frankenstein Poster. Showing Mary Shelly's allegorical monster dressed like Uncle Sam this vintage poster was designed by Glaser and presents a complicated image meant to evoke the prejudices faced by those living within America's urban ghettos."An important poster illustrated by Milton Glaser for Dick Gregory's 1970 album Dick Gregory's Frankenstein." Glaser employs Pop references in his imagery for this illustration mingling the starts and stripes suit of Uncle Sam with the well-known visage of the Frankenstein Monster alluding to Gregory's interpretation of Frankenstein being an allegory for life in the American Ghetto. Offset lithograph. This is a vintage poster and not a contemporary reprint. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of age. Very small tear at the top margin folded as issued."Country of Origin: US
Material: Ink, Paper
Care: Keep out of direct sunlight.
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