Their work, together or separately, in headers such as New York Magazine, Time or The Washington Post is already design history. Their joint work was compiled in the illustrated book Mag Men , a journey through the views of two geniuses of contemporary editorial design. In the video below, Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser look back on those years that changed editorial design forever. On this stage, Glaser highlights the importance of collective work, of the "community of participants" t
hat helps to find the best solutions. "There is nothing better, for me, than working in a group," says the designer. "The best thing about magazines is also their frequency: that allows you to see how their images and texts influence the population in real time." For Glaser, the jewelry retouching service feeling of knowing that your work has affected the life around you is something very exciting: "we all like to be aware that our life has had meaning... and that means that it has had meaning for others" . Milton Glaser, iconic designer of I NY, at
Domestika Maestros 19 Milton Glaser, 'New York is about New York', cover for New York Magazine, 1978. Milton Glaser, iconic designer of I NY, at Domestika Maestros 20 Milton Glaser, 'Theatre for a New Audience 20th Anniversary', 1999. Milton Glaser, iconic designer of I NY, at Domestika Maestros 21 Milton Glaser, 'Milton Glaser per Campari'. If you want to delve deeper into the lessons that this master of design left us, you can see in the video below some of his teachings on creativity, collaboration and his purpose in life.