The Museum of Modern Art recently acquired a poster that Communications Design Adjunct Professor Tom Klinkowstein designed in the 1980s as a promotion for an upcoming Laurie Anderson concert. With its paste-up look, the poster is a time capsule for the era. Around the same time, Klinkowstein was doing performance art alongside his print work. A Trekkie of sorts, his work has always been informed by the futuristic. As part of a night club act he did at the Mazzo Club in Amsterdam while teaching in Holland, he would send faxes—then cutting edge technology—to fellow artist Bob Adrian at the Blitz Bar in Vienna. Collectively these faxes would form a puzzle, creating the logo for McDonald’s for one show. At a time when the golden arches weren’t ubiquitous worldwide the sight of them made Klinkowstein’s audience in the Netherlands recoil.