Mothers, December 1976, no. 64
Mothers, December 1976, no. 64
Mothers, December 1976, no. 64
Mothers, December 1976, no. 64
Mothers, December 1976, no. 64

Mothers, December 1976, no. 64

Seymour Chwast, New York, New York, 1976

Description

The “Mothers” issue launched the first standard (nine-by twelve-inch, thirty-two-page) magazine format that continued until issue number 86. Chwast appointed himself editor and art director. Included were essays and pictures devoted to famous and infamous mothers: Friedman’s photo of Jackson Pollock’s, Miyauchi’s painting of Giotto’s, and others. “Trixie and Dixie” (Pamela Vassil and Lilly Filipow) introduced an advice column, and Scher wrote about the “Mother Mafia.” With this issue ten thousand copies were distributed to subscribers. This issue was Glaser’s last appearance in the Graphic.

Collections: Push Pin Graphic (1957-1980)
Discipline: Editorial design
Format: Magazine

Credits

Art director
Seymour Chwast
Editor
Seymour Chwast
Production manager
Pamela Vassil
Production assistant
Cleveland Dobson
Editorial director
Lilly Filipow
Contributing Editor
Paula Scher
Illustrators
Seymour Chwast, David Croland, Milton Glaser, Michael Hostovich, Jeffrey Krassner, Fred Marshall, Hauro Miyauchi
Size
9 x 12 inches
Pages
32
Publisher
Push Pin Studios
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