I like his work! And these “rules” make a good read.
Nice video here. hilmancurtis
Milton Glaser’s Great Rules For Life « Saskia Wilson-Brown http://saskiawilsonbrown.com/2010/07/28/milton-glasers-great-rules-for-life/
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Unfortunately in our field, in the so-called creative – I hate that word because it is misused so often. I also hate the fact that it is used as a noun. Can you imagine calling someone a creative? Anyhow, when you are doing something in a recurring way to diminish risk or doing it in the same way as you have done it before, it is clear why professionalism is not enough. After all, what is required in our field, more than anything else, is the continuous transgression. Professionalism does not allow for that because transgression has to encompass the possibility of failure and if you are professional your instinct is not to fail, it is to repeat success. So professionalism as a lifetime aspiration is a limited goal.