Paper vendors produced some stylish catalogues and sample books during the 20th century, but few matched the bravura of Papiermolen.
Steven Heller returns to those days when insurance companies promised the moon but gave us the stars.
Steven Heller ponders funerary design.
With all the warnings about the toxic effects of sugar on the body and mind, isn't it refreshing to look back to, say, 1954, when sugar was a virtue?
This New York City Subway train wrapped completely in Mark Alan Stamaty cartoons presents an outside-the-box approach to advertising.
This "Localized ACTION Advertising" booklet for the Morgan building materials company demonstrates the direct style of Depression-era advertising.
PRINT's latest Designer of the Week Roberto Villazon has built a go-to creative shop for travel, luxury brand and hospitality design.
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.