Milton Glaser, Inc. was established in 1974. The work produced at this Manhattan studio encompasses a wide range of design disciplines. In the area of print graphics, the studio produces identity programs for corporate and institutional marketing purposes - including logos, stationery, brochures, signage, and annual reports. In the field of environmental and interior design, the firm has conceptualized and site-supervised the fabrication of numerous products, exhibitions, interiors and exteriors of restaurants, shopping malls, supermarkets, hotels, and other retail and commercial environments. Glaser is also personally responsible for the design and illustration of more than 300 posters for clients in the areas of publishing, music, theater, film, institutional and civic enterprise, as well as those for commercial products and services. The studio continues to be a dynamic and lively place to work and create.
Sue Walsh was born and raised in Oak Park, a little town bordering the west side of Chicago. She has earned a BFA in Graphic Design from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and an MFA in Design from School of Visual Arts, where she met Milton. Before beginning at Milton Glaser Incorporated, she worked at The New York Times and The Museum of Modern Art. She currently teaches Design at School of Visual Arts and lives in Williasmburg, Brooklyn.
Dan Bates grew up in an oversized suburb just outside of Boston, Ma., but prefers speaking with a mid-Atlantic accent, so don't mind the way he pronounces things. He graduated from Emerson College with a degree in A Face Made for Radio; went to California; came to New York; worked for some time in the fashion-photography world; moonlights as a musical instrument, (bass guitar if you must know) and really likes hanging out with Milton and the gang during the daytime. He also hopes this very bio he's written here doesn't get him axed.