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Keeping postered

By Eric Goldscheider
Globe Correspondent / October 6, 2005

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In the beginning, says graphic designer Milton Glaser, a poster was a poster just by being posted, often by an opportunist hawking a product or event on any available wall. A purist, Glaser distinguishes between traditional posters, which almost always create a narrative by combining image and type, and the practice of just super-sizing an image. The latter ''are only ... (Full article: 677 words)

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