Seymour Chwast is an American graphic designer and founding partner of the celebrated Push Pin Studios, whose revolutionary work altered the course of graphic communication and design. Since founding Push Pin Studios alongside Milton Glaser and Edward Sorel in the 1950s, Seymour? work has been endlessly recorded in every national and international design survey book. His work has been featured in the?New York Times, the?New Yorker, the?Wall Street Journal,?Vanity Fair, and?The Atlantic, among many others. He maintains an active presence in the graphic arts and illustrators community and has had his work displayed in museums such as the MoMA, the Brooklyn Museum, San Francisco MoMA, Galerie Pompidou (Paris), Mus? des Arts D?oratifs (Louvre), etc. Many of Seymour? most iconic posters, including his 1968 antiwar piece?End Bad Breath?as well as his 1967?Visit Dante? Inferno, were featured in the hit period drama?Mad Men.

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