David Klein was an incredibly prolific and influential illustrator who is most well known for his iconic vintage travel posters (about which I will most definitely post again soon), but thanks to one of my favorite blogs Stickers & Stuff, I just stumbled across his posters he made for The Heights Players, a Brooklyn community theater founded in 1956. Klein designed plenty of wonderful posters for proper Broadway shows as well, but these have a remarkable unifying style that is playful, colorful and iconic. I absolutely adore his color schemes and his great lettering, from the playful Saul-Bass style block letters of On the Town and The Caine Mutiny Court Marshall to the perfect modern elegance of his Glass Menagerie title treatment. I'm too inspired to look at these any longer... I must go draw!