Steven Heller savors a photo-typographic 1987 promotion for Productolith, Consolidated's enamel offset printing paper.
The wonderful print juxtapositions in "Dewar's Profiles New York" of Scotch and average successful drinking folk still hold Steven Heller's attention.
Simply pop a Swanson turkey dinner in, heat and serve, and just be thankful we live in a new America where turkeys roam free on the gravy train.
I've long been fond of Streamline Modernism—the marriage of speed, kinetics, machines and the Avant Garde that manifests in trains, boats, planes and cars.
Steven Heller talks with author M.C. Hühne about the design history of Pan Am.
"Ghostletters Vienna" stands as a visual monument to these palimpsests of an urban microcosm that once was.
Steven Heller looks back to The New York Times' grunge typography ad campaign by Bozell.
Steven Heller examines an issue of the North Korean propaganda magazine, Korea.
Heller speaks with Drew Hodges, founder of SpotCo, which specializes in Broadway posters and theatrical advertising and design.
Milton Glaser's famous 1966 poster of Bob Dylan has been parodied again and again. Check out some of its most famous faces.