Steven Heller looks back at FHK Henrion's international poster competition "Auschwitz Warns and Remembers."
Abstract, expressive and pun-based advertising typography from 1957 had such an unpretentious eloquence that it is easily the best example of type as art.
Steven Heller tells the strange story of Margaret and Walter Keane — the subjects of Tim Burton's new film, "Big Eyes."
Steven Heller opens a time capsule and discovers a cache of business cards documenting 1960s-era New York.
Louise Fili releases a vibrant sequel to her beloved Perfetto pencils: Tutti Frutti.
Robert Benchley was known in the late '30s for his wit and wisdom. His movie shorts for MGM are classic bits of how-to brevity and erudition.
Steven Heller gets 2015 started with a New Year's Day kick.
As 2014 comes to a close, Steven Heller takes a look back at two letters he received in 1969 from New York Scenes and Open City.
Steven Heller talks with Jon Beacham about the passion behind his small press, The Brother in Elysium.
Steven Heller opened his drawer, and found this beautiful object.