Some of Milton Glaser’s Most Memorable Work

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Milton Glaser recently died on his 91st birthday, yet his legacy as a designer will be felt for a long time, thanks to some iconic graphical work.

Spanning a multitude of industries, his work was bold and colorful, as good graphic design should be. He was a lifelong New Yorker and proud of it, helping to firmly create a stamp on the city’s visual identity.

Below are some of his most memorable and iconic projects.

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The 1977 ‘I ♥ NY Campaign’ might be his most well known project.

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Iconic logo for New York Magazine. 

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The cover for Bob Dylan’s 1967 greatest hits album

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1987 poster for the World Health Organization

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Poster for the show Mad Men in 2014

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2014 ‘It’s Not Warming, It’s Dying’ campaign

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1984 XIV Olympic Winter Games in Sarajevo

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1992 Campari poster 

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The final project Glaser created. Designed during the apex of NYC’s pandemic, this “Together” wordmark is meant to bring people together and remind