The late David Klein, a long-time resident of Brooklyn Heights, was the creator of a prolific body of artwork, including a popular series of iconic posters promoting travel on TWA jets in the 1950s and ’60s.

He drew a firework-studded sky behind the gleaming Eiffel Tower to introduce Boeing’s 707 service, an opulent elephant to draw tourists to India, and an abstract, block-color portrait of Times Square that glitters with implied activity. He also made a dramatic bull-fighting poster for Art Headlines

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