Rowan Moore | The Guardian | 28th June 2020
Glaser felt design differed from art, but with some overlap – both involve “a passing on of gifts”. He took ideas widely, from Renaissance art through to Bauhaus modernism (without its “puritanism”). Glaser’s work is influential and renowned, like the logo for New York City. Except, he said, “it wasn’t a logo. It was a cry for acknowledgement”. It certainly met Glaser’s aspiration for all his designs – to “open the heart “. An excellent interview is here.