Milton Glaser joins Articulado’s book
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Milton Glaser joins Articulado’s book

Milton Glaser joins Articulado’s book

I love New York… and Articulado’s book too. Yes, Milton Glaser joins Articulado’s designers list.


I Love New York · 2001

Last week, Alberto Lievore, Ana Yago and Karim Rashid sent his articles, and yesterday Milton Glaser did it too… And the Bouroullec brothers, André Ricard or Paola Antonelli, you know, the curator of design department of Moma, we’re in touch, among others.

What do we get from them? Just their opinion about design or future design. Enough?

The aim of Articulado’s book is to speak on new forms of understanding the design, the use of the materials or the graphics, for example; what’s the real meaning of ecodesign, the relations between the clients & the designer, or how with the design we can construct a more coherent society… if it’s true ;·) Not transcendental at all.