Add period flair to a variety of graphic projects with rare cuts of advertising art that once decorated matchbook covers. Over 900 images promote everything from women's accessories, baked goods, and choice meats, to quality luggage, holiday getaways, "Scientific Body Sculpturing," and "Dance Instruc... read more
Popular Advertising Cuts of the Twenties and Thirties by Leslie Cabarga 908 attention-getting cuts — selected from rare publications — cover a wide range of categories: Easter, Christmas, the Fourth of July, sports, animals, men, women, communications, entertainment, trades and services, and more.
Those Were the Days: Weird and Wacky Ads of Yesteryear by Floyd Clymer, Paul Dickson This historical scrapbook features more than 600 ads from 1890 to 1910. Ads for familiar companies such as Cadillac and Pillsbury appear alongside promotions for the Talk-o-phone, Dr. Scott's Electric Hair Brush, velvet-grip garters, and other curiosities.
Vintage Commercial Art and Design by Frank H. Atkinson, Charles J. Strong, L. S. Strong Highlights from a pair of century-old sign-painting manuals include borders, frames, typography, and other images for creating advertisements with an authentic period flair. A CD-ROM features all of the book's images.
Add period flair to a variety of graphic projects with rare cuts of advertising art that once decorated matchbook covers. Over 900 images promote everything from women's accessories, baked goods, and choice meats, to quality luggage, holiday getaways, "Scientific Body Sculpturing," and "Dance Instruction by Experts." Practical, amusing, and royalty-free!
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