15 Minutes with Milton Glaser

What strikes me about this piece is how willing Glaser is to experiment. And I’m willing to bet his process is very similar to yours. There are some real gems in this piece, including:

“One day I woke up and I said, ‘Well suppose that’s not true.'”

“Fear of embarrassment drives me as much as any ambition.”

“If you don’t believe in your work, who else is going to believe in it?”

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