What are some famous adverts from the 1950s?
Well, these include famous brands such as Budweiser, Pontiac, Ford, Mars, Motorola, Lucky Strike, Schlitz or 7 Up . And most of them are really clever! So read their slogans carefully! Nevertheless, I don’t know if you are a Mad Men fan, but if you are, you certainly shouldn’t miss Lucky Strike’s ad “It’s toasted!” .
What kind of flowers were grown in backyards in the 1950s?
Flowers: Melanie chose flowers that were commonly grown in backyard gardens in the 1950s and 1960s, taking inspiration from the vintage W. Atlee Burpee & Company seed catalogs in the Archives of American Gardens. Wholesale flower sellers and farmers’ markets are great places to start when sourcing flowers for your bouquet.
Are there any old ads from the 1960s?
Cheers! P.S. For those of you who would like to see some ads from the 1960s check (15+51) Fabulous Ads From The 1960s (Series Finale). Enjoy Today’s MODERN …
Are there any adverts from the golden era?
After the success we had with 15 Fabulous Ads From The 1960s, we decided to continue our vintage ads series with another decade from The Golden Era of Advertisement –yes, the 1950s. Furthermore, we figured out that you guys will want to see even more cool ads, so we raised the bar from 15 to 20!
Who was an American artist in the 1950’s?
U.S. ad agencies began using artists from Europe like André Francois whose simple, bold style for posters and advertising art was a refreshing change from American realism and inspired American ad agencies to consider looser approaches. In the late 1950s, photography began to replace conventional, realistic illustration in advertising.
What did print ads look like in the 50’s?
Take a closer look at their logos, most of them are type logos in red and white. Moreover, like all the ads in this period, they all make use of typography, pictures with stereotypical men or women and they all have a relatively long copy written in the ad – most of them at the bottom of the page.