Milton Glaser: One Of America's Most Famous Graphic Designer

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To many,Milton Glaser is known as one of America’s most famous graphic designers.
He was the first graphic designer to be presented with the National Medal of the Arts award from America’s President, Barack Obama in 2009.His creation has been showcased in exhibits worldwide as well as the one-man shows at the Centre Georges Pompidou in
Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Milton Glaser was born in 1929 and attended High School of Music and Art and the Cooper Union art school in New York. As a Fulbright scholar,Glaser studied with painter, Giorgio Morandi in the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna,Italy.He had made a lot of posters and prints.Also, he is an admired graphic and architectural designer with a body of work ranging

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