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Milton Glaser Collection: The Art of Seeing announcement, 1962.
March 15, 2014

Do you see what I see?

By: bethkleber

The School of Visual Arts hosted “The Art of Seeing” in 1962 featuring panelists John Ciardi (poetry editor of The Saturday Review), Alfred Leslie (painter), Dr. Ruth Mayer (psychiatrist) and Bernard Rudofsky (designer). Milton Glaser designed the clever nine piece announcement – a test, as the envelope declares. A few examples are below. See the full announcement on our Flickr site.


Labeled Fig. 4, a graphic of black line circles arranged in a pointed oval shape against a yellow background


 
Milton Glaser Collection: The Art of Seeing announcement, 1962.

Labeled Fig. 6, a graphic of black dotted wavy lines arranged in an x shape against a yellow background


 
Milton Glaser Collection: The Art of Seeing announcement, 1962.

Labeled Fig. 4, a graphic of two black curved lines arranged so they are almost touching each other against a yellow background


 
Milton Glaser Collection: The Art of Seeing announcement, 1962.