If you were on the fence about traveling to Paris between Feb. 7 and April 4, here's your tipping point.
Harkening back to the days when antisemitism was rampant, a design job in France was pulled after it said the candidate should "if possible not be a Jew."
Steven Heller takes a look at the mascot of the satirical journal The Realist.
With World War II in full bloom, Mexican tourism offered extraordinary getaways for the beleaguered populace. Here are the outstanding posters they used to promote the country.
Steven Heller received a mysterious package from a U.S. prison. Inside: "Adolf Hitler: My Part In His Downfall" by Spike Milligan.
This year, the Czech Republic will be celebrating all things Ladislav Sutnar.
In Stencil Type, Steven Heller and Louise Fili explore the variety and influence of the world’s most ubiquitous typographic style.
Steven Heller takes a look at Elbert Hubbard's series "Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great," which was published monthly for 14 straight years.
In mid-19th century New York, German immigrants came to the city and started a fair number of newspapers - such as PUCK - which Steven Heller examines here.
Broadway Magazine covered the beauties and cuties of the stage beginning in 1891. To tickle your show lust, here are two issues.