- Insider's Take
Illustrious graphic designers and art directors Walter Bernard and the late Milton Glaser discuss the three different eras of their friendship: They launched New York magazine together in 1968, worked separately from 1976 to 1982, and in 1982, launched the design group WBMG. Magazines foreshadowed web pages, which are also fundamentally word-image projects requiring text and visual design. Bernard and Glaser present a saga that’s a must for anyone who loves magazines or design.
About the Authors
Milton Glaser (1929–2020), one of America’s foremost graphic designers and a National Medal of the Arts recipient, was noted for his vivid posters and magazines. Walter Bernard redesigned many magazines, including Time, for which he received the Henry R. Luce Lifetime Achievement Award. He now heads the Walter Bernard Consultancy.
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