Graphic design legend Milton Glaser‘s most famous works are arguably the I ♥ NY logo and the psychedelic Bob Dylan poster, both of which were created at his upstate home in Woodstock. He and wife Shirley have owned this incredible, early 20th century stone-and-glass home for more than 50 years, adding a contemporary aesthetic to its historic Arts and Crafts style and maintaining the 76+ acres of gardens and forest. It’s now hit the market for $1.8 million since, according to Gothamist, the couple has reached a point “where downsizing has become the obvious choice.”
In the graphic design world, no one is more synonymous with New York than Milton Glaser. From creating the world-famous I ♥ NY logo and Bob Dylan poster to co-founding New York magazine, the 85-year-old legend embodies the creative force of the city. He’s now opened up his longtime Murray Hill studio to the New York Times in an insightful video that shows his warm, colorful, and cluttered yet organized home, as well as offers shots of Glaser discussing his inspirations, how he got his start, and the legacy he hopes to leave behind.