NYCxDesign’s “An Ode to NYC” 2021 Series Launches in Collaboration with Poster House

To benefit the non-profit Silicon Harlem, an organization pursuing equity for individuals without internet during the pandemic, a citywide exhibition of 75 posters—entitled An Ode to NYC—pops up at cultural destinations and iconic locations across all five boroughs. Viewers are able to scan a QR code near the works (which are by the likes of talent that includes Suchi Reddy, Debbie Millman and Ghetto Gastro) …

Julius Klinger Puzzle

Featuring an illustration by Julius Klinger created for Hollerbaum und Schmidt (Germany’s leading poster printing company in the early 20th century), this 12-piece puzzle depicts portraits of Klinger and his colleagues as cacti. Made by Poster House, the puzzle measures eight by 10 inches.

Poster House Museum Celebrates the Historic, Influential Medium

A first-of-its-kind institution in NYC dedicated to this artistic means of mass communication

No one can deny the power of a poster. From political propaganda to tour announcements, this medium of mass communication (and persuasion) pervades contemporary society. Now, its impactful and illustrious history has a dedicated museum in NYC‘s art-oriented Chelsea neighborhood. Poster House exclusively exhibits influential works, artists and movements from the poster world. It occupies the former Tekserve storefront on 23rd Street, which has been …