February 16

Art is Work – Milton Glaser – More Artist Inspiration

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Art is Work – Milton Glaser – More Artist Inspiration

To be able to watch and listen to this man, born in 1929, still enjoying the fruits of his labor and passing on wisdom that comes with age and experience is immensely rewarding.

It is not a regular practice to immediately follow up with a second post on the same subject. There is so much to say, and I don’t want to bore you dear readers with too much of a good thing. This follow up is, however, worth breaking all those rules.

Hillman Curtis is a gifted designer, creative source and founder of the eponymous hillmancurtis, inc. It has grown to become a video design and communication firm helping to create some the Internet’s most trafficked sites. That it cares about and honors leading lights in the visual arts community is borne out by its illuminating Artist Series short documentaries. Certainly the one created for client, Adobe Systems, on Milton Glaser fits that category.

To be able to watch and listen to this man, born in 1929, still enjoying the fruits of his labor and passing on wisdom that comes with age and experience is immensely rewarding. You have my assurance all the hillmancurtis, inc. documentaries presented are worthy of your time.

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  1. I found your wonderful site via Sue Smiths’ Ancient Artist blog. Watching Milton Glasers’ poignant and understated video was just terrific. His signature permeated if not identified most of NYC and is so familiar to me. Thank you for putting this up for the many artists who pass through here.

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