The Overlook Press, Woodstock, New York. 1973. 239, (3) pages. Square 4to (27 x 27 cm). Cloth binding. Dust jacket price clipped. 344 plates, 97 in full colour. Preface by Jean Michel Folon. First edition in great condition.
The book details the work of one of the most important American graphic designers, who, as co-founder of the influential Push Pin Studio, helped to shape the visual landscape of much of cultural America from the late 1950s through his posters, book jackets, LP sleeves, editorial illustrations and magazine design.
There is a rolling sequence of works, each one annotated with informative captions by Glaser that deal with the intricacies of graphic problem-solving and designer-client relationships. (100 Classic Graphic Design Books pp. 156-157).