March 04, 2018
Hot Poster Gossip: Uncle Sam Edition
A brief history of posters pointing at you
Starting in January of 2017, Art in Ad Places partnered with 55 artists to illegally take over one outdoor advertising space per week for a little over a full year. Having successfully completed that project, Poster House talks with its three organizers about their incredible process and what's coming next.
A museum just for posters.
Opening winter 2019 at 119 West 23rd Street, New York City
Poster House is dedicated to presenting the impact, culture, and design of posters, both as historical documents and methods of contemporary visual communication.
No matter how you spend your Valentine's Day, there's a poster for that.
An interview with the mind behind a very clever subway poster campaign
In case you needed more reasons for NYE FOMO, look no further.
Introducing our new monthly series: Hot Poster Gossip.
Earlier this week, the poster community lost one of its contemporary pioneers, Ivan Chermayeff. Here, we take a brief look at his lasting contribution to the art of advertising.
Our curator makes a case for collecting posters being made around the world right now.
Legendary design critic, author, and educator Steven Heller (and Poster House Advisory Board Member!) interviewed the staff via email about the mission, need, and content for a poster museum in New York.
With all the parties happening this weekend, and actual Halloween just a few days away, we thought we’d compile some of our favorite spoooooky posters to help celebrate everyone’s favorite pagan holiday.
Val Crosswhite talks about her introduction to posters from a young age, and her current relationship with the medium.
Julia Knight discusses her transition to the poster world and why New York needs a poster museum.
Angelina Lippert talks about the history of the poster and what a poster museum will add to the cultural landscape of New York.
The Poster House logo was designed as moveable frame. The negative space between the typography is the imagined poster.
No time like the present! Summer may be creeping to a close but these vintage travel posters will inspire you to hit the beach.
You’re at an antique shop. You see an awesome poster. The price tag says $500. Is this the deal of a lifetime or a major hustle?