These amazing posters, from the late '70s and early '80s, were delightful reminders of how to conduct yourself on the train. And now I want one of each, please.
AKA — when art directors drop acid.
Warning: some disturbing imagery here. Also, some hilarious imagery!
Because they were big in Japan. To make a splash in the Japanese market, Vidal Sassoon recruited J-Pop queen Namie Amuro for an innovative ad campaign that sampled famous American songs.
This Japanese commercial really captures that insatiable craving for sushi I get sometimes.