Peter Max is an artists whose "psychedelic" posters and graphics were popular in the 1960s and early 1970s, and he designed the appearance of the film "Yellow Submarine." He switched to painting in the mid-1970s, and his recent paintings of the Statue of Liberty were featured in Reagan's White House. A retrospective of his paintings, drawings, lithographs and etchings will open at the Hallowell Gallery in Conshohocken.
Milton Glaser is a graphic designer who is known for his magazine designs, magazine and record jacket covers, posters, and more. His work is highly influential, and he was worked with New York Magazine, Esquire, and the Village Voice. He is also known for his poster of Bob Dylan which was distributed with Dylan's greatest hits collection. In recent years he's created his own design firm, worked with grocery stores, and helped design Sesame Place. He joins the show to discuss his work and the field of graphic design.