Talking Pictures

Jean Michel Folon did not speak English and Milton Glaser does not speak French. But their conversation in their exquisite The Conversation (Harmony Books, 1983) was eloquent and expressive. The book is an accordion fold-out collection of interconnected color drawings and watercolors that the two artists evolved together in an illustrative discourse. Here, to whet your appetite, is a selection of contiguous images that shed light onto their unique illuminations.

 

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