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More Milton: On Drawing and Thinking

This is wonderful. The way he articulates the connection between seeing and thinking touches on the very essence of what every illustrator has probably felt at some point – myself included.

In this short video by C. Coy, designer Milton Glaser draws a picture of Shakespeare while talking about the ways that drawing helps him think and perceive: “for me, drawing has always been a primary way of encountering reality.”

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