How much psychedelia can you stand? From “Milton Glaser: Pop”
While we’re disappointed that Milton Glaser: Pop — a knockout coffee table book celebrating the often gorgeous, always compelling artwork of the graphic arts giant — contains not a single word about his mid-’70s turn as design director for the Village Voice, we’re going to review it anyway.
Glaser (1929–2020) discovered his passion early, and this tome’s big layout spreads include a 1942 drawing of a circus train adorned with a fanciful, smiling face that he drew for a fellow middle schooler in the Bronx. Sketched in blue ink, the playful
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