Glaser represented the illustrator's twin talents through a series of signing hands with a stylized eye drawn in each palm. Against the black background, the rainbow striations of color vibrate and shimmer.
In this exhibition poster for a retrospective of the Impressionist master’s works, much of the paper is unused, the upper part of the face is in shadow and the lower part is obscured by a beard—yet the image is definitive. Writing about a drawing of Whitman, Glaser notes, "Over a period of years I discovered that my best portraits
Printed in 1969, it was created to advertise the Grain of Sand ceiling piece of the Aleph Sanctuary. The intricacy of this poster is too great to properly be appreciated online. It is absolutely packed with tiny, fascinating images, all poured together to embody this meditational ceiling. It's absolutely amazing.