‘Cause I guess advertisers thought women liked having smoke blown in their face?
I guess in the 1950s the best way to advertise to women was through misogyny!
There’s nothing your sternum needs like some pulsing vibrations, amirite, ladies?
“Let’s get down to business!”
Apparently psychologically scarred children was a thing in vintage ads.
When Mad Men ruled, and mad women got beaten (says so in one of the ads).
This was the 1970s — you and your ironic t-shirts will cower in fear.
South African design studio MUTI created a beautiful series of posters inspired by iconic movie locations, for South Africa’s Ster-Kinekor theater chain.
These are the type of recipes that Julia Child’s nightmares were made of.
Nice try, 1980s marketing department. Because yelling “Hoooooo!” every episode won’t ever be misconstrued.
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Game shows, product placement and cartoons, oh my! This is the closest I’ve come to experiencing time travel. Who else had completely forgotten about the personified pizza slice that used to host Nickelodeon?
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