Seymour Chwast Collection

Date

1954-2008

Extent

156 in (Overall dimensions)

Abstract

Seymour Chwast has profoundly affected American graphic design and illustration, both through his stewardship of the seminal Push Pin Studios (which he founded in 1954 with Milton Glaser and Ed Sorel) and his consistent contributions in editorial illustration for periodicals such as The New York Times, Forbes, and Frankfurter Allgemeine. When it first gained recognition, Push Pin represented a radical departure from the modernist orthodoxy prevalent in the New York design world, and embraced a flowing and vibrant visual style that would make its mark on the Pop movement of the 1960s; this was recognized in The Push Pin Style, the unprecedented exhibition of American design at the Louvre’s Musée des Arts Decoratifs in 1970. Chwast’s heavily-stylized but finely-worked variety of pastiche has more recently found resonance with emergent tendencies in post-modern graphic design.

General Physical Description

Eleven boxes and one flat file drawer.

Scope and Contents

The Seymour Chwast Collection contains 60 original artworks, 79 posters, 33 periodicals (including the Push Pin Graphic and The Nose), many print items, and several hundred slides.

Arrangement

All the items in this collection are referenced to the original item numbers indicated by Seymour Chwast as part of his inventory, except for items in which numbers were duplicated (for which a letter is added), or for those items which were not numbered (which are appended sequentially and indicated with an asterisk).

Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Citation

Seymour Chwast Collection, [series. item]. Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives, Visual Arts Foundation, New York.

Acquisition Information

The Seymour Chwast Collection was acquired as a gift from Paula Scher.

Container List

Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 1. Original Art
LOC TITLE DATE

B 1

Castro (Fidel Castro with cigar and map of Cuba), 10 ¼ in W x 14 ½ in H

B 1

Moses Motorcycles (Bird with cast and crutch mounting stairs), 12 ½ in W x 18 ½ in H

B 1

Sick Dove

B 1

Cat In Loft

B 1

Satchmo Sketch (Portrait of Louis Armstrong with text “Satchmo”)

B 1

Factory/Anatomy (Human schematic with scenes from an industrial facility)

B 1

Three Laughing Men

B 1

Ida B Wells

B 1 F ƒ

Pharoah In Bed

B 1

Four Ages/Mozart (Close images of Mozart in four separate frames. Art for Columbia: Mozart: The Last Four String Quartets / The Juilliard Quartet B6, P163)

B 1

Barber Shop / Legs (Giant feet in pumps outside; man in barber shop. For the New Yorker; unpublished)

B 1

Trailer/Truck (Woman with box in front of trailer home; two men on pickup truck)

B 1

Fat Cat Paints (Man with cigar and champagne painting dollar bills. For Forbes Magazine)

B 1

Laurel & Hardy

B 1

Woodcut 20s Car (‘Flapper’ with dog and automobile

B 1

Legs On Steps (Feet with different kinds of shoes mounting stairs)

B 1

Vietnam Soldier (For Push Pin Graphic)

B 1

Mexican Wrestler

B 1

MaBell (Woman as telephone

B 1

God in Mexico (Jesus in a pool hall)

B 2

Bach in Plaza (A portrait of Bach as a floor mosaic in a plaza)

B 2

Monkey

B 2

Eden/Motorcycle (Adam and Eve fleeing Eden on motorcycle)

B 2

Mona Lisa (Mona Lisa with a chicken)

B 2

Jeeves & Wooster (For Mobil and Masterpiece Theatre)

B 2

Butcher/Head (Policeman as butcher with human head on chopping block)

B 2

Dogs and Owners (Man and woman walking three dogs with similar accoutrements)

B 2

Hand/Cuckoo Clock (Hand with cuckoo clock wristwatch, Swiss ring)

B 2

Elephant/Kids (Elephant with kids riding on top of it)

B 2

Chaplin (Charlie Chaplin picking at spaghetti)

B 2

Charmer (Man in car with women’s hands. “Mobil Poster—Masterp

B 3

Reich/Car (Man in back seat of convertible with phone and computers next to more humbly-dressed pedestrians. For New York Times Magazine)

B 3

Groucho (Groucho Marx licking envelope)

B 3

Bluegrass Woodcut (Man wearing hat holding guitar)

B 3

Just Enough Is Plenty (European family scene)

B 3

Peep Show (Naked women in room with men looking in through windows)

B 3

Freud/Monkey (Freud with a monkey on his back. For New York Times Magazine)

B 3

Roller Skates (Man on roller skates pictured from below)

B 3

Upside Down Head (Disembodied head reversed in midair. For New York Times Magazine)

B 3

Einstein

B 3

Bach and Dog

B 3

“A” and Fighter (Boxer and the letter A
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 2. Screenprints
LOC TITLE DATE

D 27

Still Life/Mack Truck (Truck on table with broken china)

D 27

Satchmo (Louis Armstrong with trumpet and text SATCHMO)

D 27

Garbo (Greta Garbo with Deco ornaments)1989

D 27

Climbing/feet (Procession of feet acending stairs)

D 27

Hanukkah (“A Hanukkah Dinner”)

D 27

Six Heads (“Decisive Moments”)

D 27

Tanks and Planes

D 27

Baseball (Batter with evasive pitch)

D 27

Elvis (“The King”)

D 27

Tuscany Car (“Tuscany,” 1930s-style car)

D 27

Mexican Wrestlers (Four portraits of wrestlers with face-paint)

D 27

Color Hand (Hand holding a tube of paint which is squirting around it)

D 27

George’s Car Wash (George Washington at the car wash)

D 27

Fred & Rosalie (A man’s oxford shoe and a patterned pump)

D 27

Cruisin (Two men in an exaggeratedly-large car)

D 27

Where’s Father (Invisible man in armchair)

D 27

Daytona (Race track scene)

D 27

You Are What You Print
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 3. Printed Materials
LOC TITLE DATE

B 4

Boston Globe Magazine. General Hospital For Animals (sick cow), 12 ½ in W x 10 in H1982

B 4

Sophisticated Traveler. 20th Anniversary Issue (silhouettes with luggage) tearsheet, 12 in W x 9 ½ in H2003

B 4

Male / Female Shoes, 12 ½ in W x 9 in H

B 4

United Airlines Hemispheres (baseball player and clouds) tearsheet, 11 in W x 8 in H1997

B 4

Los Angeles Times. West magazine (Giants pitcher) tearsheets, 13 ½ in W x 10 in H1970

B 4

Censorship (Statue of Liberty with torch in lampshade) tearsheet, 8 in W x 11 in H1986

B 4

New York Times Magazine. Secession of the Successful (R. Reich) tearsheet, 12 ½ in W x 10 in H1991

B 4

“A” Education print, 17 in W x 14 in H

B 4

Groucho (O Series), 8 ½ in W x 10 ½ in H

B 4

Graphis 197, Volume 34 (Nov/Dec 1978). Chwast: A Hundred Heads reprint brochure1978

B 4

Signet. Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, Mardi by Herman Melville, The Possessed by Fyodor Dostoyevsky1964

B 4

Graphis 197 (1978). Cover (Palette/pen) 1978

B 4

My Home Is My Castle (blimp/ice cream) mounted magazine spread with German text

B 4

Garden of Eden illustration

B 4

Bacon/Magritte/Sottsass (Cars depicted in the styles of artists) tearsheets from unknown magazine in German, 12 in W x 18 in H

B 4

Unknown magazine, likely Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin Pharoah tearsheets, 12 in W x 18 in H

B 4

Unknown magazine, likely Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (house truck) tearsheets, 18 in W x 12 in H

B 4

Wiener Stadtmuseum fr Psychoanalyse (house in the shape of a head) tearsheet, 10 in W x 7 ½ in H

B 4

Audience magazine issue 1. Schmeel Goes To Warsaw (man and woman dancing, repeated in scale) tearsheet, 9 in W x 12 in H1971

B 4

Basie/Getz - Count Basie and Band / Stan Getz and Quartet flyer, 6 in W x 12 in H

B 4

Lustrare Gallery. Life magazine sculpture gallery opening announcement, 8 ½ in W x 5 ½ in H

B 4

Giraffics Gallery (man in hat) gallery opening announcement, 8 ½ in W x 5 ½ in H

B 4

Giraffics Gallery (car) gallery opening announcement, 8 ½ in W x 5 ½ in H

B 4

Mike Kisslinger Gallery opening announcement1995

B 4

Spectrum magazine number 22, 1978 (artist’s tools stuck into drafting table), 8 in W x 10 ½ in H1978

B 4

Push Pin’s New Line - Push Pin Studios at California State University, Fullerton exhibition catalog, 9 in W x 8 in H1978

B 4 F ƒ

McDonald’s. Happy Meal packaging1979

B 4

New York Times Magazine. Ma Bell Goes To War (marching soldier in the shape of a telephone), 13 in W x 10 ½ in H1976

B 4

New York Magazine September 13. 1971. Driving Out The Demons , 8 ½ in W x 11 in H1971

B 4

Art Directors Club. Hall of Fame 1986 brochure, 8 ½ in W x 11 in H1986

B 4

New York Times Magazine / Sophisticated Traveler Travel Writing (March 13, 1983) (figures as luggage), 12 ½ in W x 11 in H1983

B 4

New York Times Book Review February 10, 2002. Not The Same Old Abe tearsheet, 11 in W x 14 in H2002

B 4

New York Times Book Review. The Kama Sutra of Reading comic tearsheet, 11 in W x 14 in H1996

B 4

New York Times Book Review. Literary Classic Cookbooks comic with Paula Scher tearsheet, 11 in W x 14 in H1998

B 4

Holiday (September 1968). Lincoln Center tearsheet, 10 ½ in W x 13 in H1968

B 4

Perennial Classic. After Many a Summer Dies the Swan by Alduous Huxley book cover, 4 in W x 7 in H

B 4

Collier. The Left Handed Dictionary by Leonard Louis Levinson book cover, 4 in W x 7 in H1963

B 4

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (August 30, 1991) (Goldilocks) tearsheet, 11 in W x 14 in H1991

B 4

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (March 25, 1991) (hand/pen) tearsheet, 11 in W x 14 in H1991

B 4

Creative Education. Bushy Bride: A Norwegian Fairy Tale tearsheet, 6 in W x 8 in H1983

B 4

Atlantic Records. Herb Geller. Rhyme and Reason album cover1975

B 4

Abrams. The Left-Handed Designer by Seymour Chwast tearsheet, 11 in W x 10 ½ in H1985

B 4

Time Magazine “How Bush Decides” August 21. 19891989

B 4

Dutton. Nocturnal Vaudeville by Stephen Schneck, 6 in W x 8 ½ in H1971

B 4

Mobil/DGR/MGM. Nicholas Nickleby album cover, 12 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H1982

B 4

Graphis 102 (1962) (heads) tearsheet, 10 in W x 12 ¼ in H1962

B 4

Graphis 175 (face) tearsheet, 10 in W x 12 ¼ in H1974

B 4

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (globe map made out of figures) tearsheet, 22 in W x 14 in H

B 4

Little Brown. The Last Flapper by George Zuckerman book cover, 6 in W x 8 ½ in H1969

B 4

Atheneum. Finding a Poem by Eve Merriam tearsheet, 22 in W x 8 ½ in H1970

B 4

McGraw-Hill. Almost by William Bryant (close-up of lips) tearsheet, 19 in W x 8 in H1969

B 4

Dutton. Sorcerers of Dobu by Reo Fortune book cover, 4 ½ in W x 7 ½ in H1963

B 4

Biofitness Institute. Biofitness: Inside and Out (wax paper clothes for male and female characters) brochure, 9 in W x 12 in H1983

B 4

CBS Records. Stephane Grappelli. Uptown Dance album cover1978

B 4

Houghton Mifflin. Going Away by Clancy Sigal (swooping bird) tearsheet, 6 in W x 9 in H1962

B 4

Oxymoron Volume 2. The Arts and Sciences Annual (reclining woman with painted decorations) tearsheet, 12 ½ in W x 9 in H

B 4

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The Girl With The Squint by Georges Simenon tearsheet, 8 in W x 19 ½ in H1978

B 4

McGraw-Hill. The Connoisseur’s Book of the Cigar by Zino Davidoff book cover, 5 ½ in W x 9 in H1969

B 4

Doubleday Science Fiction. Analog6 by John W. Campbell, 6 in W x 8 ½ in H1969

B 4

Doubleday. How To Retire At 41 by Rust Hills book jacket, 20 in W x 8 ½ in H1973

B 4

Gulliver/Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 12 Circus Rings by Seymour Chwast mock-up with loose pages, 12 in W x 9 in H1993

B 4

Ticknor & Fields1988

B 4

Graphis Posters 83 tearsheet, 12 in W x 12 in H1983

B 5

Forbes. Forbes Fuels Your Drive: Forbes Capitalist Tool (Bugatti), 14 in W x 20 in H

B 5

Mead Library of Ideas. Push Pin Studios: Fifteen Years of Heartache and Aggravation exhibition catalog, 12 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H1987

B 5

Bushy Bride (heads in a stream), 11 in W x 8 in H

B 5

Dante’s Divine Comedy: The Diagram proof sheet, 13 in W x 15 ¼ in H

B 5

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (October 7, 1988) (athletic anatomy) magazine cover, 9 in W x 12 in H1988

B 5

Ivy Hill. P Chronicles No. 1: Perfection (doll’s face) brochure, 9 in W x 12 in H

B 5

Voyager Books Seymour Chwast, “12 Circus Rings”1993

B 5

Hyperion Books. Out of the Bag: The Paperbag Players Book of Plays by Judith Martin, illustrated by Seymour Chwast book, 9 in W x 12 in H1997

B 5

Pushpin Jr. What Do Children Want? booklet, 8 ½ in W x 12 in H

B 5

Telluride Film Festival1998

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Graphics Collection / Mohawk Introduces Nuance and Ultrafelt (doll’s face), 11 ½ in W x 17 in H

B 5

AdClub of the Triangle. Have you heard that Seymour’s coming to town? (three figures) poster, 15 in W x 18 in H

B 5

Telephone Menu

B 5

Pushpinoff. Ultimate: Pure Milk Chocolate and Almond Bar (brown Rolls-Royce) poster, 16 ¼ in W x 9 ½ in H

B 5

Abrams. Graphic Style by Steven Heller and Seymour Chwast (collage figure) book cover, 9 in W x 11 in H2001

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Design and Style Number 7: Bauhaus, 10 in W x 12 in H1991

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Design and Style Number 2: Streamline, 10 in W x 12 in H1987

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Design and Style Number 6: Surrealism, 10 in W x 12 in H1990

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Design and Style Number 5: De Stijl, 10 in W x 12 in H1980s

B 5

Mohawk Paper Mills. Design and Style Number 3: Paris Deco, 10 in W x 12 in H1980s

B 5

Dutton. A TriQuarterly Anthology of Contemporary Latin American Literature by Jose Donoso (totemic sculpture) book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 in H1969

B 5

Schlemeel/Warsaw (Illustration for Audience magazine: figures dancing)

B 5

Graphics Today Vol. 2, No. 6 (November/December 1977). Article about Seymour Chwast, 8 ¼ in W x 11 in H1977

B 5

Neenah Paper. Editorial Image 1 (Man in car reading and woman) brochure, 9 ½ in W x 11 in H1986

B 5

Pushpin. Riddle Dogs: Corny Conundrums with Cute Illustrations by Seymour Chwast booklet, 3 ¾ in W x 5 ½ in H

B 5

Graphis. Profile of Seymour Chwast reprint brochure, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H

B 5

Graphis 197, Volume 34 (Nov/Dec 1978). Seymour Chwast: 100 heads reprint brochure, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H1978

B 5

Art Directors Club. Hall of Fame (mountain climber on geometric shapes) brochure, 8 in W x 11 ½ in H1987

B 5

Ivy Hill. P Chronicles No. 2: The Package as Object brochure, 9 in W x 12 ½ in H

B 5

Neenah Paper. Editorial Image 2 (farmer reading on tractor) brochure, 9 ½ in W x 11 in H1988

B 5

Muzeum Plakatu w Wilanowie. Seymour Chwast exhibition catalog, 8 ¼ in W x 11 ½ in H2000

B 5

Pushpin “Use Your Head” (nested heads and hats)

B 5

Push Pin Studios “Catmas” (cat smoking a pipe / pages with Santa Claus)1976

B 5

Seymour Chwast Collection Advertisement for stock images

B 5

Illustration America. Profile of Seymour Chwast with introduction by Steven Heller brochure, 9 in W x 12 in H

B 5

Pushpin Group. Cars calendar, 19 in W x 12 in H1996

B 5

Graphis. Profile of Push Pin Studios reprint brochure, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H

B 5

Graphis 102 (1962) (portraits of designers) tearsheets, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H1962

B 5

Graphis 175 (1974) (detail of geometric face with cigarette) tearsheets, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H1974

B 5

Dallas Society of Visual Communications. Rough magazine, Volume 2, Issue 5 (colorized photo of Seymour Chwast with illustrations), 15 in W x 10 ½ in H1993

B 5

School of Visual Arts The Masters Series: Seymour Chwast (“Brylcreem Man”)1997

B 5

Push Pin Productions

B 5

Push Pin Studios

B 5

Horizons USA magazine Issue 25. From Push Pin Studio: A Portfolio of Design, 8 ¼ in W x 10 ½ in H1977

B 5

Coexistence. Photograph of sign (noses, mouths, eyes) card, 11 ½ in W x 7 ½ in H

B 5

Giraffics Gallery. Seymour Chwast: Painted Metal Sculpture exhibition announcement, 6 in W x 9 in H2000

B 5

Warner Paperback Company L. Rust Hills, “How To Do Things Right.” Paperback cover, 4 × 71972

B 5

Harper & Row. Allen’s Synonyms by F. Sturges Allen book cover, 7 in W x 9 in H

B 5

Collier. Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev book cover, 9 in W x 7 in H

B 5

Dutton. Shorter Atlas of the Classical World by H. H. Scullard and A. A. M. van der Heyden book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 in H1962

B 5

Dutton. Calo by Jay B. Rosensweig book cover, 9 in W x 7 ¼ in H1973

B 5

Idea 227 (1991) (heads and hats) tearsheet, 8 ¾ in W x 11 ¾ in H1991

B 5

Paper Mache Woman positive transparency, 8 in W x 10 in H

B 5

Decorative Head positive transparency, 3 ½ in W x 4 ½ in H

B 5

Perennial. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens book cover, 4 ¼ in W x 7 in H1965

B 5

New Yorker, The (December 12, 2005) (Santa Claus on melting ice-cap) tearsheet, 10 ¾ in W x 8 in H2005

B 6

Pushpin Group. The Awful Truth portfolio of printed sheets and envelope, 17 in W x 12 in H

B 6

Atlantic, The (April 1983) (Uncle Sam filled in with consumer goods) tearsheet1983

B 6

Verkeherte Welt-Oder Leiden Der Linkshnder

B 6

Audience magazine. Celery-Pepsin Gum (“Good for the nerves,” George Washington, “before and after”), 18 ½ in W x 10 ½ in H

B 6

Wer Den Gleichschritt Anstrengung Nicht Scheut (Two figures dancing)

B 6

Mondfahrt (Egyptian ship) mounted spread, 18 in W x 12 in H

B 6

N.Y. Illustration. (Steven Heller in a taxi) computer printout, 17 in W x 11 in H2001

B 6

50s Revisited Calendar (A Universe 1986 Calendar, Seymour Chwast, Steven Heller, Ernestine Miller - illustration of early rock and rollers: Elvis Presley, etc) tearsheet, 14 ½ in W x 10 ¼ in H1986

B 6

Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn. The Grand Game of Baseball exhibition brochure1987

B 6

Atlantic, The (March 1972) (bird with Roman helmet) tearsheet, 8 ¼ in W x 11 in H1972

B 6

Strathmore. Strathmore Presents Psalliotrophobia: Third in a Series of Irrational Fears (man on bicycle surrounded by mushrooms)

B 6

Strathmore. Strathmore Presents Arachnophobia: Second In A Series of Irrational Fears

B 6

Idea 134 (1976) (noses) tearsheet, 9 in W x 12 in H1976

B 6

Spick Spick 163, July 1995 (boy with birthday hat and globe, “Peace”)1995

B 6

CBS. Stephane Grappelli. Uptown Dance (copy 2) album cover1978

B 6

New York Times. Pol Pot’s Lingering Influence (April 17, 1998) (face covered with skulls) tearsheet, 14 in W x 11 ½ in H1998

B 6

Harper & Row. 1913: An End and a Beginning by Virginia Cowles (collage of antique figures) tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 10 in H1968

B 6

Atlantic Records. Mose Allison. Your Mind Is On Vacation (Man with empty room in head) album cover1976

B 6

My Home Is My Castle (Figure with car and house), 18 in W x 12 in H

B 6

Audience magazine. Ed Wynn tearsheet spread1960s

B 6

Mexico Head - mask for press kit for 1968 Olympics in Mexico, 10 in W x 10 in H1968

B 6

CBS Records. Dan Hartman. Instant Replay album cover1978

B 6

How To Draw Seven Circles tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 in H

B 6

New York Times. Morality Test mounted clippings, 8 ½ in W x 11 in H1998

B 6

Nixon In China mounted illustration, 11 in W x 14 in H

B 6

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (July 31, 1992) tearsheets, 9 in W x 12 in H1992

B 6

3-Penny Opera illustration, 10 in W x 11 ½ in H

B 6

Seymour Chwast (Idea/pens)

B 6

UCLA Extension (“Summer quarter begins June 27. 1998).1998

B 6

New York Times Book Review. War And Peace: The Comic Strip tearsheet, 10 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H

B 6

New York Times Book Review. Better Endings tearsheet, 10 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H

B 6

Push Pin Graphic. Horace Fletcher (Chew Chew Soda) mounted tearsheet, 15 in W x 11 in H1967

B 6

Columbia Records. Mozart: The Last Four String Quartets / The Juilliard Quartet tearsheets, 9 ¼ in W x 12 in H

B 6

Doubleday. Happy Birthday Bach by Seymour Chwast and Peter Schickele book cover, 9 in W x 9 in H1985

B 6

New York Times Book Review. Kama Sutra of Reading tearsheet, 10 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H

B 6

Spinnen Von Gerhard Staguhn (yewllow face with spider)

B 6

Mussolini woodcut print on board, 14 ½ in W x 7 ¼ in H

B 6

Bach 3-D Glasses tearsheet, 9 in W x 9 ½ in H

B 6

Holt Rinehart Winston. The Grand Tour: A History of the Golden Age of Travel by Geoffrey Trease book cover, 16 in W x 14 in H1967

B 6

Cow pitcher (photo of glass and pitcher decorated with cow wearing glasses), 8 ½ in W x 11 ½ in H

B 6

New York Times Book Review Bookend: “Literary Classics Cookbooks” (Seymour Chwast and Paula Scher) tearsheet, 11 in W x 13 ½ in H

B 6

Doubleday. Sam’s Bar by Donald Barthelme and Seymour Chwast promotional excerpt of an illustrated novel, 7 in W x 10 in H1987

B 6

Abrams. The Left-Handed Designer by Seymour Chwast book cover, 11 in W x 10 ½ in H1985

B 6

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The Alphabet Parade by Seymour Chwast. Cropped promotion card, 11 in W x 9 in H1991

B 6

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. The Alphabet Parade by Seymour Chwast promotion card, 11 in W x 11 in H1991

B 6

Audience magazine. Blatz Gum, 18 in W x 9 ½ in H

B 6

New York Times Magazine (September 7, 1975). The Fight For 60,000 a Half Minute (TV show characters) tearsheets, 10 ½ in W x 12 ½ in H1975

B 6

Abrams. Paper Pets by Seymour Chwast paperback book, 12 ½ in W x 12 in H1993

B 6

Strathmore. Strathmore Presents Batrachophobia: First In A Series of Irrational Fears (frog)

B 7

Minnesota Tribune. Minnesota Guide, Sunday May 8. 1986. Wheels (car and pedestrian) tearsheet, 13 in W x 21 in H1986

B 7

Gitanes (woman in pumps) sample, 9 in W x 12 ½ in H

B 7

Delacorte. The Pancake King by Phyllis La Farge with Seymour Chwast. Uncut signatures for children's book, folded1971

B 7

Esquire (Toulouse-Lautrec at a table) tearsheet, 17 in W x 11 in H1978

B 7

Pioneer Moss (numbered logos) mounted tearsheet, 16 in W x 10 in H

B 7

New York Times. Style page spots tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 in H

B 7

Kitty Salmon (cat in fancy clothes) tearsheet, 13 in W x 16 in H

B 7

Devil in crotch promotional reproduction, 12 ¾ in W x 14 in H1991

B 7

Greenwillow. Mr Merlin and the Turtle by Seymour Chwast book cover, 8 ¾ in W x 10 ½ in H

B 7

Exposicion Universal Sevilla (flying ship and tower) promotion sheet, 11 in W x 14 in H1992

B 7

Trish and Calvin Sam’s Bar woodcut

B 7

Delacorte. The Pancake King by Phyllis La Farge with Seymour Chwast. Mounted proof spread (two pages) for children's book, 24 in W x 11 in H1971

B 7

Schweppes (World War I air combat cartoon)1969

B 7

Seven Houses (Colorful houses)

B 7

Nabisco Chewza Cookie mounted game board, 20 ½ in W x 13 in H1964

B 7

Graphic Design: New York 2. Pushpin reprint booklet, 9 in W x 12 in H1997

B 7

WPAT “Greater New York’s greater New Yorkers…” (men in yacht)1963

B 7

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (May 9, 1980), 9 in W x 12 in H1980

B 7

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (April 16, 1981), 9 in W x 12 in H1980

B 7

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (August 7, 1992) tearsheets, 9 in W x 12 in H1992

B 7

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (October 21, 1988) tearsheets, 9 in W x 12 in H1988

B 7

Xerox Honest Effort (“An exhibition of graphic design and illustration from Push Pin Studios”)

B 7

Orion Press. Salt In The Wound by Leonardo Sciascia book cover, 20 ½ in W x 13 in H

B 7

Viking David Lippincott, “E Pluribus Bang!”1970

B 7

McGraw-Hill. The Roses in Iron by William Bryant book cover, 20 ½ in W x 13 in H1967

B 7

It’s Easy To Play Piano (cat in piano) book cover, 13 in W x 20 ½ in H

B 7

Son of Elektra Son of Elektra: A Sam Magdoff Production

B 7

New York Times Magazine (February 22, 1976). Mounted spread, 20 ½ in W x 13 in H1976

B 7

Bird woodcut print, 20 in W x 13 in H

B 7

Weekend Magazine Dec. 31. 1977.(“Volkswagen Beatle 1949–1977, Rest in peace”)1977

B 7

Harcourt Brace and Company. A Dance In The Sun by Dan Jacobson book jacket, 8 in W x 6 ½ in H

B 7

Vintage Robert Graves, “I, Claudius,” and “Claudius The God” (mosaics)1977

B 7

Unknown magazine (Black cat)

B 7

Reindeer

B 7

Red Devil (Woman and demon in red outline)

B 7

Transformations

B 7

Laughing Man illustration, 8 ¾ in W x 12 ½ in H

B 7

Bahamas: Introducing the Country of 700 Islands , 18 in W x 14 in H

B 7

Forbes. Man walking on partly rolled red carpet reading Forbes tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 ½ in H

B 7

Angry paint can illustration, 9 ½ in W x 11 ½ in H

B 7

Saturday Night Saturday Night, August 1982 (dresser drawer)1982

B 7

Forbes. Speed skater reading Forbes magazine tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 ¼ in H

B 7

Art Direction, November 197. ("Light Fullolite Bulbs”) tearsheet, 8 ¼ in W x 11 ¼ in H1974

B 7

Simon and Schuster. Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis (woman sitting on man’s shoulders) book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 in H1964

B 7

Forbes. Man in suit driving tractor marked Forbes through a field of dollar bills tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 ½ in H

B 7

Forbes. Forbes 500 (race car) tearsheet, 7 ¾ in W x 11 in H1984

B 7

Playboy (December 1984). Ex-Wives (man with tooth marks in neck) tearsheet, 16 ½ in W x 10 ¼ in H1984

B 7

Pennsylvania Gazette (June 1983). Naughty Mae West tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 ¼ in H1983

B 7

Maze (man cutting through maze of hedges with machete), 8 in W x 11 in H

B 7

The Dial October 1981 (playing card king)1981

B 7

Unknown magazine (possibly Frankfurther Allgemeine Magazin) (Hindu diety mulitasking)

B 7

Space mining

B 7

Unknown magazine (possibly Frankfurther Allgemeine Magazin) (Strip club)

B 7

Schweppes Schweppes Bitter Orange (Charles II and Nell Gwynn)1969

B 7

Unknown magazine (possibly Frankfurther Allgemeine Magazin) (“Schwitze Narziss,” weight lifter)

B 7

Rolling Stone (“Graham Parker’s ‘Up Escalator’ is a downer”)1962

B 7

New York Magazine (September 16, 1979). Fresh Starts Special Issue: The News of Fall in New York tearsheet, 8 in W x 11 in H1979

B 7

Drunk Indian, 11 ½ in W x 9 in H

B 7

Atlantic, The (February 1972) tearsheet, 8 in W x 11 in H1972

B 7

Dutton. Coming Attractions by Sandra Berkley (man and woman) book cover, 6 in W x 8 ½ in H1971

B 7

AIGA. The Call (call for entries for the AIGA cover show), 7 ¾ in W x 11 in H1981

B 7

New York magazine (September 11, 1972). Fall Catalogue: Secrets Of The Fall Revealed tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 in H1972

B 7

Pennsylvania Gazette (November 1974) (hippie hawking a bible) tearsheet, 8 ½ in W x 11 ½ in H1974

B 7

Warner R. M. Koster, “The Prince” (bald head on tire treads)1972

B 7

Saturday Review Press Josh Greenfeld and Paul Mazursky, “Harry and Tonto” (man with a cat’s face in one of his eyeglass lenses)1974

B 7

World Kay Ball Sargent, “Galley Topics” (cook with an anchor face)1966

B 7

Viking Jan Benes, “Second Breath” (face in box on corrugated texture)1969

B 7

Lincoln Center. New York’s New Center of Attraction advertisement, 19 ½ in W x 11 in H1960s

B 7

Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin (July 13, 1984) (woman dancer and portrait of Machiavelli) tearsheet, 9 in W x 12 in H1984

B 7

Mcdougal Littell. Coping With the Mass Media by Joseph Fletcher Littell book cover, 16 ½ in W x 9 in H1976

B 7

Viola Liuzzo

B 7

Forbes (February 19, 1979) tearsheet, 8 in W x 11 in H1979

B 7

Space Driver

B 7

Hawthorne. Zabar’s Deli Book by Susan Katz, Murray Klein, Saul Zabar, and Stanley Zabar book cover, 9 in W x 11 in H1979

B 7

New York Times (April 22, 1974) (Nixon radio) clipping, 6 ¾ in W x 14 in H1974

B 7

Mr. Babbage’s Marvelous Calculating Machine illustration, 12 ¼ in W x 10 ½ in H1962

B 7

Atheneum. The Law of Primitive Man by Adamson Hoebel book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 ¾ in H1968

B 7

Unknown publisher

B 7

Pioneer Moss. Susan B. Anthony Was Arrested For Trying to Vote mounted tearsheet, 10 in W x 12 ½ in H

B 7

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 1339… Or, Being An Apology For A Pedlar by Nicholas Seare (frame of figures and castle) book jacket, 9 in W x 12 in H1975

B 7

Hollander. The Jewish Quiz Book by Dan Carlinsky book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 ½ in H1975

B 7

Opera News Vol. 33, No. 2 (September 21, 1968) tearsheet, 8 ¼ in W x 11 in H1968

B 7

Houghton Mifflin. The Good Provider: H.J. Heinz and His 57 Varieties by Robert C. Alberts book cover, 6 ¼ in W x 9 ½ in H1973

B 7

Freedom From Religion. Rhymes for the Irreverent by E. Y. Harburg tearsheet, 11 in W x 8 in H2006

B 7

Dutton. German Drama Between The Wars by George E. Wellwarth (ed) book cover, 4 ½ in W x 7 ¼ in H1972

B 7

Dutton. Kitchener by Philip Magnus book cover , 4 ½ in W x 7 ¼ in H1959

B 7

Unknown publisher

B 7

Dutton. Radhakrishnan by Robert A McDermott (ed.) book cover, 9 ½ in W x 7 ¼ in H1970

B 7

Time1980

B 7

Unknown publisher

B 7

Signet

B 7

Dutton. History of Art Criticism by Lionello Venturi book cover proof, 9 ½ in W x 7 ¼ in H1964

B 7

Simon and Schuster. The Last Temptation Of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis book cover1960

B 7

Sony (“Sony Tape. Full Color Sound,” saxophonist and flowers)1979

B 7

CBS Records. Masterworks. The Waverly Consort album cover1962

B 7

CBS Records. In Harmony 2 (Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, Kenny Loggins, and others) four color printing on cardboard, 13 in W x 19 ¼ in H1981

B 7

Maurice Chevalier woodcut reproduction, 11 ½ in W x 17 in H

B 7

Toulouse-Lautrec

B 7

President Taft mounted woodcut reproduction , 12 in W x 18 ½ in H

B 7

Chew Chew Dishes, 15 in W x 11 in H

B 7

Push Pin Almanack. Political Issue mounted tearsheets1954

B 7

David Mackay Co. Walking Davis by David Ely book cover, 5 ½ in W x 8 ¼ in H1972

B 7

Forbes. Man in balloon tearsheet, 9 in W x 11 ½ in H

B 7

Indian Acme Beer tearsheet, 8 in W x 11 in H

B 7

Atlantic, The. (March 1982). The Police and Neighborhood Safety tearsheet, 8 in W x 10 ½ in H1982

B 7

Unknown publisher Your Cat’s Health (“Getting Rid of Parasites”; “Why and When Your Cat Needs Vaccinations”; “Looking After Your Pregnant Cat”)

B 7

Earth Cross-Section - mounted spread from a children’s book, 16 in W x 11 in H

B 7

Audience magazine Volume 2, Number 3 (May-June 1972). Cherry Bing! magazine cover, 19 in W x 22 ¼ in H1972

B 7

Push Pin Graphic No 60: Classic Car Catalog, 12 in W x 10 in H1974

B 7

New York Times Magazine (June 9, 1974) (Nixon fortress) laminated tearsheet, 11 in W x 12 ½ in H1974

B 7

Unknown

B 7

New York Times Book Review. (December 15, 1996). Nothing Could Hold Him: A new life of Houdini… tearsheet, 11 in W x 13 ½ in H1996

B 7

Forbes. Man on unicycle illustration, 9 ¼ in W x 11 in H

B 7

Unknown

B 8

DC & A Calendar page for December (Mexican wrestler in suit), 17 in W x 25 in H

B 8

Applied Graphics Technologies. Calendar page for June 1992 (Marilyn Monroe without a torso) tearsheet, 17 in W x 23 ½ in H1992

B 8

New Line Cinema. New Films For The New Audience (horses over car) promotional board, 22 in W x 17 in H1969
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 4. Posters
LOC TITLE DATE

D 26 F ƒ

Booth’s Gin. Protest Against the Rising Tide of Conformity, 30 in W x 45 in Hcirca 1964

D 26 F ƒ

Mobil/Masterpiece Theater. I, Claudius, 30 in W x 46 in H1977

D 26

Mobil/Masterpiece Theater. Nicholas Nickleby1982

D 26

Forbes Cannon

D 26 F ƒ

K & F Productions/Lincoln Center Basie/Getz

D 26

Mobil/Masterpiece Theater. Scoop1980

D 26

The Ink Tank. (Fingers decorated for artists: “R. O. Blechman,” “Maurice Sendak,” “Robert Searle,” “Andre Francois,” “Edward Sorel,” “Chas B Slackman,” “Seymour Chwast,” “Jean-Michel Folon.”)1981

D 26

Ginza Gallery (Tokyo). Seymour Chwast: Painted Metal Sculpture1991

D 26

Mobil. Song By Song1984

D 37

Galerie Bartsch & Chariau (Munich) Seymour Chwast

D 26

Mobil/Mystery! Rumpole of the Bailey. Advertisement poster, 30 × 46 in1980

D 26

Peugeot Le Viree Superbe

D 26

Suntory Gallery Tokyo. Pushpin and Beyond. (“Seymour Chwast, Paul Davis, Milton Glaser, James McMullan,” robot smoking pipe)1997

D 26

Mobil/Masterpiece Theater. The Charmer1987

D 26

Mobil/Masterpiece Theater. Poirot: A Detective of Distinction1990

D 26

American Cancer Society. (“What is wrong with this picture?” face with four mouths)1976

D 26

Push Pin. (“Push Pin Moves”)1980

D 26

Mohawk Paper Mills Jugendstil/Cat (“Design & Style Number One”)

D 26

Brooklyn College/Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn. Showboat1987

D 26

International Design Conference in Aspen Growing By Design

D 26

Simpson Paper Seymour Chwast: Connections

D 26

Art Director’s Club. See More Chwast (hand drawing face)1987

D 26

Push Pin Studios (“Push Pin Studios: Design & Illustration; Design Schule Darmstadt; Seymour Chwast / Benno Friedman / Richard Mantel / Barbara Sandler / Emmanuel Schongut / Elwood H

D 26

Zanders Sailor

D 26

Zanders Accordian

D 26

Guggenheim Museum. A Year With Children. (Child painting hand)1983

D 26

Push Pin Graphic. Calendar 19751975

D 26

Mobil/Mystery! Charters & Caldicott1986

D 26

Pushpin. Pushpin Celebrates 40 Years of Design and Illustration (hands with numbers)1981

D 26

Galerie Nouvel Observateur Delpire. Pushpin Studios Posters / Graphic Design (butcher)1981

D 26

Shiftdough.org Move the money

D 26

Designer’s Saturday 1989. (Egyptian with scroll and telephone)1989

D 26

University of Pennsylvania. Different Strokes for Different Folks. (Motley-crewed scull)1986

D 26

Dolphin/Doubleday. Happy Birthday, Bach (“The 1985 Celebration of Bach’s 300th Birthday, by Seymour Chwast and Peter Schickele”)1985

D 26

March for Peace & Justice. (Dove costume manned by various people)1982

D 26

Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn. Fun & Fantasy1984

D 26

New York City Opera. Puccini Festival / Summer 19831983

D 26

No client. Carta di Pasta. (King made out of pasta with numeric key and index)1982

D 26

Lowell Gallery. Masters of the Contemporary Poster. (“Davis / Chwast / McMullan / Chermayeff / Glaser,” where designers design each others’ names)1987

D 26

Nouveau Salon des Cent / Exposition Internationale d’Affiche 2001. Ode to M. Toulouse-Lautrec2001

D 26

Houghton Mifflin. Ode to Humpty Dumpty, Story By Harriet Ziefert, Art By Seymour Chwast2001

D 26

Guggenheim. A Year With Children. (Seasons represented with snowman, bird, flower and tree)1985

D 26

Amnesty International. Human Rights Now. (Hands with lighter, flashlight, candle, etc)1988

D 26

Earth Day ‘95. A Cloudy Morning. (Man shaving wearing gas mask)1995

D 26

Gutenberg Museum Mainz. The Graphic World of Seymour Chwast. (Hand with decorated suitcase)1983

D 26

Pushpin Studios Filmsense

D 26

Unknown client. Peace. (Birthday boy with globe)1985

D 26

Zak. 2004: Year of the Monkey. (Monkey in space)2004

D 26

Zak. 2004: Year of the Monkey. (Screaming monkey)2004

D 26

Zak. 2004: Year of the Monkey. (See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil monkeys)2004

D 26

Zak. 2004: Year of the Monkey. (Monkeys on motorcycles)2004

D 26

Muzeum Plakatu w Wilanowie. Seymour Chwast. (Man in fedora, blue face with words)2000

D 26

Mead Library of Ideas. My Best Work. (Man drawing woman who becomes real. Seventy-eight artists listed)1971

D 26

Hague Appeal for Peace. No Go. (Dove and fighter jet)1999

D 26

Houghton Mifflin Moonride Story By Harriet Ziefert, Drawings By Seymour Chwast

D 26

Thessaloniki Design Museum. 10th Anniversary: 1993–2003. (Constellation)2003

D 26

Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum. What Is Design / Summer Design Week 2004. (Hand with futuristic pen)2004

D 26

Laguardia Community College / City University of New York. Never Too Early / College for Children. (Clock running up stairs)1987

D 26

Mohawk Paper / Cooper Union Design Talk

D 26

Sandoz Pharmaceutical Corporation. Tips to Control Cholesterol1987

D 26

Ambassador Arts / Champion Paper. The Letter C1994

D 26

AIGA Southern Carolina. Seymour Chwast Exposes Himself. (Man in striped underwear)2005

D 26

Images Internationales pour les Droits de l’Homme et du Citoyen Protest/Conformity

D 26

Clube dos Diretores das Artes do Brasil. (Face with a pipe and map of South America)1989

D 26

Theater Center Philadelphia Bein’ Here Tonight

D 26

Cooper Union. Seymour Chwast: Retrospective. (Man drawing cat)1986

D 26

Silent March America’s Shame

D 26 F ƒ

End Bad Breath. (Uncle Sam with battle scene in mouth)1967

D 26

Pioneer Moss

D 26

Brooklyn Children’s Museum (Robotic bird)

D 26

Rutgers The State University of New Jersey. Women and the Arts in the 1920s: Paris and New York. (Deco Statue of Liberty with rosette, and paint brushes)1978

D 26

Rhode Island School of Design. Seymour Chwast: Graphic Designer1975

D 26

Massachussetts College of Art The Creative Process

D 26

Tyler School of Art Chwast Has It

D 26

PM Typography. Calendar 19841984

D 26

Unknown client Dance/ Calendar page for May

D 26

Neenah Paper. Punc’t: Putting Punctuation In Its Place (Red figures with wedding ring on black field)2004

D 26

Biennial of Graphic Design Brno 1992. Seymour Chwast: In Ambrosiana (Tea cup)1992
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 5. Exhibitions, announcements
LOC TITLE DATE

D OS

D 80 F 17

Happy Birthday: A Celebration of the Past Forty Years poster, 12 ¼ in W x 34 ½ in H1987

B 8

Rochester Society of Communication Arts Seymour Chwast

B 8

Art Directors Society of Houston See More Chwast

B 8

University of Cinncinatti Seymour Chwast

B 8

Graphic Art Guild of Omaha Seymour Chwast

B 8

Volkstheater am Park Seymour Chwast, New York1983

B 8

Galerija Avla NLB Paula Scher / type; Seymour Chwast / image

B 8

Cincinnati Art Museum Seymour Chwast1993

B 8

Art Directors/Communicators of Buffalo Seymour Chwast: A Whimsical Illustrative Event1983

B 9

Tokyu Department Store Chwast/Glaser1984

B 9

Push Pin Group Seymour Chwast Portfolio

B 9

Push Pin Group Seymour Chwast: Posters and Prints

B 9

Push Pin Group End Bad Breath1999

B 9

Push Pin Group Pushpinoff (“The World’s Most Tasteful Line of Sweets and Snacks In Beautiful Collectable Containers”)

B 9

School of Visual Arts / Visual Arts Museum The Masters Series: Seymour Chwast1997

B 9

Jack Gallery Seymour Chwast1987

B 9

Pushpin Group Moonride2000

B 9

Pushpin Group A Stitch In Time Saves Nine1984

B 9

Pentagram (“Paula Scher cordially invites you to a light supper in honor of Seymour Chwast”)

B 9

Segunda Bienal Internacional del Cartel en Mexico Curso de Diseo1992

B 9

Suntory Museum Pushpin and Beyond1995

B 9

Michael Kisslinger Gallery Seymour Chwast1995

B 9

School of Visual Arts / Visual Arts Museum The Masters Series: Seymour Chwast1997

B 9

Cooper Union / Herb Lubalin Center Seymour Chwast1984

B 9

Galerie Delpire Cent Tetes1974

B 9

Musee des Arts Decoratifs The Push Pin Style1970

B 9

Jorgensen Gallery Push Pin Studios1977

B 9

Galerie Bartsch & Chariau Seymour Chwast1984

B 9

Deutsche Bank Push Pin Studios: Design & Illustration

B 9

Art Directors Club Hall of Fame Dinner for new Hall of Fame members.1983

B 9

Forbes Galleries The Left-Handed Designer1986

B 9

Sanders Printing Corporation Folio No. 9

B 9

University of Utah Seymour Chwast1986

B 9

Art Directors Club Hall of Fame Catalog1983

B 9

Flat File Editions 500 Illustrations by Seymour Chwast1995

B 9

Cooper Union / Herb Lubalin Center Seymour Chwast: Retrospective1986

B 9

American Institute of Graphic Arts The Push Pin Graphic2005

B 9

Dansk Plakatmuseum Posters Between Friends: Chwast, Fletcher, Fukuda, Swierzy1998

B 9

“Israel Show”

B 9

Graphic Communicaton Society Seymour Chwast1992

B 9

IDEA Seymour Chwast

B 9

Cooper Union Looking Back: A Retrospective of 40 Years of The Pushpin Studio1995

B 9

Creative Forum Nashville Seymour Chwast: Yankee Doodles1986

B 9

AIGA New York The Push Pin Influence2004

B 9

Advertising Association of Boston Seymour Chwast Comes to Crab Town1989

B 9

Savannah College of Art and Design Seymour Chwast: Focus on Graphic Design1989

B 9

Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art 5 Graphic Designers / 3 Continents: Homage to Morteza Momayez (Anthon Beeke, Seymour Chwast, Morteza Momayez, Ahn Sang-Soo, Paula Scher)2004

B 9

Unknown client Who Wants To See More Chwast?

B 9

Cooper Union School of Art Seymour Chwast: Left-Handed Designer / Exposed

B 9

Stadt Frankfurt am Main Seymour Chwast1991

B 9

Doubleday / Lincoln Center Happy Birthday, Bach1985

B 9

Henry N Abrams / Jack Gallery. Trylon and Perisphere: The 1939 World’s Fair (Barbara Cohen, Steven Heller, and Seymour Chwast)1989

B 9

University of Connecticut Chwast1984

B 9

Art Directors Club of Indiana Seymour1984

B 9

Designers & Art Directors Association The Left-Handed Designer1985

B 9

Dallas/Fort Worth Society of Visual Communications Chwast

B 9

Unknown client See more Chwast (Philadelphia)

B 9

Royal Palm Gallery Seymour Chwast: Reecent Paintings1983

B 9

Muse des Arts Decoratifs Push Pin Atelier d’Art Graphique Americain
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 6. Periodicals
LOC TITLE DATE

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 64, December 1976 (“Mothers”)1976

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 65, February 1977 (“Complete History and Knowledge of the World (condensed)”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 66, April 1977 (“Twentieth Anniversary”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 67, June 1977 (“Your Body And You”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 68, August 1977 (“New York at Night”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 69, October 1977 (“House Nice”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 70, December 1977 (“Food & Violence”)1977

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 71, February 1978 (“What Is This Thing Called Love?”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 72, April 1978 (“Exploring New Jersey”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 73, June 1978 (“The Clowns”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 74, August 1978 (“Back To Sleep Issue”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 75, October 1978 (“Special Fashion Issue”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 76, December 1978 (“Animal Follies Issue”)1978

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 77, February1979 (“Machines”)1979

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 78, April 1979 (“Total Disaster Issue”)1979

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 79, July/August 1979 (“Grand Illusion Issue”)1979

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 80, September/October 1979 (“Great Heroes Issue”)1979

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 81, November/December 1979 (“All Blue Issue”)1979

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 82, March/April 1980 (“Couples”)1980

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 84, May/June 1980 (“Not Quite Human Issue”)1980

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 85 (“Luck”)1980

B 9

Push Pin Graphic Number 86 (“All New Crime Favorites”)1980

B 10

The Nose Number 3 (“Hate”)1999

B 10

The Nose Number 4 (“Electric Follies”)2000

B 10

The Nose Number 5 (“Looking Good/Good Looking”)2001

B 10

The Nose Number 6 (“The Food We Love”)2001

B 10

The Nose Number 7 (“The Letter”)2002

B 10

The Nose Number 8 (“Fear”)2003

B 10

The Nose Number 9 (“Truth & Lies”)2004

B 10

The Nose Number 11 (“Tricks”)2005

B 10

The Nose Number 12 (“Dirty Laundry”)2005

B 10

The Nose Number 13 (“Hair”)2006

B 10

The Nose Number 14 (“The Wacky World of Isms”)2006

B 10

The Nose Number 15 (“War”)2007

B 10

The Nose Number 17 (“Dirty Laundry”)2008
Milton Glaser Design Archive > Seymour Chwast Collection > Series 7. Slides
LOC TITLE DATE

B 10

1 large format and 10 35mm color negative slides, unmounted