De Reclame was Holland's leading advertising-design journal in the 1920s and early '30s.
This rare promotion for the Broadway showing of "A Wonderful Night" is a matter-of-fact Art Deco or Moderne representation.
The Wolfsonian has an exciting new exhibition coming up: "Julius Klinger: Posters for a Modern Age."
When there were real jobs in this country, this is what this country made: real cans, as depicted in these vintage promos.
Men have never been as commodified as women, but men have nonetheless been a big consumer market, as these vintage men's fashions ads show.
Discover Bradbury Thompson's brilliant company magazine "Inspirations," which he created for the Westvaco paper mill.
Back in the do-a-lot-with-a-little days of product promotion and branding, Phillips-Van Heusen produced this lovely little "A Short Shirt Tale."
Did you know that Fanta, the '70s–'80s popular soft drink, was a Nazi-era German invention?
This French ad for Le Laboratoire de Controle Physiologiue is what I would call Weird Mid-Century Modern.
Lou Myers was a hilarious cartoonist with an expressively lunatic line.