Art is Work is an overview of Milton Glaser's oeuvre and an intimate revelation of personal initiatives. With a text revealing process alongside more than 500 full-color illustrations, Glaser follows the development of his ideas through to their implementation and makes reference to alternative ideas, professional influences, and recurring themes." "The work of artists has been changed and often debased, Glaser argues, by a new orientation in business that weds it to technology. He reacquaints us with the principles that will always be central to design and addresses evolving ones that have emerged from the opportunities that technology can provide." "Examples of well-known projects abound - ranging from newspapers and magazines to toys, textiles, interiors, posters, and CD covers. If you've ever seen the menu at Windows on the World, used a bottle of ketchup from Grand Union, or read the playbill for Tony Kushner's Angels in America, you've been privy to the conceptual thinking of a powerful force in design.