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Milton Glaser’s unseen final logo could be his best ever

Milton Glaser, the celebrated graphic designer who died aged 91 on Friday, was working on a brand new project in his final weeks, according to the New York Times. The design was conceived as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

“I’m actually developing something I haven’t shown to anyone,” Glaser told the New York Times in one of his last ever interviews. “It is simply a treatment of the word Together.’’ The design features letters of various fonts and sizes containing stripes of several colours, with each letter touching. If you’re inspired by Glaser’s striking typography (below), you might enjoy exploring our best free fonts. 

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