We the Women is a poster collective with a focus on supporting the rights of women in the U.S. Steven Heller shows some of their latest collection.
Robert Grossman's "Jimmy the C" is a classic claymation film. Steven Heller shares some stills from this Academy Award-winning film.
The 2019 Whitney Biennial is attracting attention and protest stickers for the acts of one of the museum's VPs. Steven Heller investigates.
Gustav Klutsis was a Soviet photo montage pioneer and designer. Steven Heller takes a look at some preserved work of his in a new collection.
The girls of Bund Deutscher Mädel were in the female faction of the Hitler Youth, aimed at securing the next generation of Nazi women.
Steven Heller shows how the Nazis took over printing presses in Germany and tightly controlled the media.
Otto Dix is a celebrated anti-war artist of the early 20th century. A new volume of his letters shows a different side of him: expressive and romantic.
In the 60s in the U.S. and Europe, publications of the Underground Press appeared to fight Nazi rhetoric and occupation forces. Steven Heller digs in.
In 1792, there were no established political parties, but primary election season still managed to display politicians being asses.
The term "the Right and the Left" was coined during the French Revolution. Steven Heller takes a look at right-leaning posters from France.