with Steven Heller
Dubbed a “must-follow feed in the world of design” by Wired magazine, The Daily Heller is AIGA Medalist, Smithsonian National Design Award winner, Art Directors Hall of Fame Laureate and former Boy Scout Steven Heller’s lively look at the past, present and future of the world of visual culture around him.
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Slavimir Stojanovic discusses his design entrepreneurship.
Not long after the “Students for Tolerance” poster exhibition was put on display in Zagreb, Croatia, it was vandalized.
As his new monograph proves, David Plunkert’s theater posters steal the show.
Dwight Cleveland, one of the most prolific film poster collectors in the world, discusses the artform.