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I ♥ New York December 19, 2021

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 Everyone knows the logo – ‘I ♥ New York’ but very few know about the genius behind the design – Milton Glaser. The School of Visual Arts on East 23rd in Manhattan is where Glaser taught for decades. They have devoted a small exhibit in his honor that runs through January 15, 2022. Glaser died in 2020 at the age of 91 and was working right up until the end of his life. He was an activist artist, a brilliant teacher and a mensch. I loved his work and miss his genius.

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1. MJ Wyatt - December 19, 2021

What brilliance! Thank you for putting this together. Each work…a gem.

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judylobo - December 19, 2021

Thanks MJ Wyatt.

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2. Paige - December 19, 2021

Wow! How interesting! I never thought about the origin. Thanks for sharing.

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judylobo - December 19, 2021

It is on thru the 15th of January. I think you would like it

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3. Mary Radice - December 19, 2021

Lovely info – thanks Judy!!
And did you know that dogs happen to love a particular state too – yep indeed – New Yorkie! 🙂

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judylobo - December 19, 2021

Hahaha

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4. Judy Sillen - December 20, 2021

Thanks, Judy! I ❤️New York…and Mlton Glaser’s genius.

On Sun, Dec 19, 2021 at 5:31 AM While at the Zoo wrote:

> judylobo posted: ” Everyone knows the logo – ‘I [image: ♥] New York’ but > very few know about the genius behind the design – Milton Glaser. The > School of Visual Arts on East 23rd in Manhattan is where Glaser taught for > decades. They have devoted a small exhibit in his honor that run” >

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