Playground Examples [+Commercial Portfolios]
Milton Glaser and Kenneth Clark Get the Last Word
"What is required in our field, more than anything else, is continuous transgression. Professionalism does not allow for that because transgression has to encompass the possibility of failure and if you are professional your instinct is not to fail, it is to repeat success. So professionalism as a lifetime aspiration is a limited goal."
- Milton Glaser, London AIGA talk, 2001.
"It's only in a court that a man may do something extravagant for its own sake, because he wants to, because it seems worth doing... and it is sometimes through such willful, superfluous actions that men discover their powers."
- Kenneth Clark, in reference to the northern Italian courts of the late fifteenth century