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Archive for the ‘Magazine’ Category

  • Jauna Gaita – Cool Covers From Latvia

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    Sometimes minimal and simplistic graphic designs are the most effective way to sell your products, and here at VoEA we think this applies to these cool covers of Canadian-Latvian culture magazine Jauna Gaita (New Course) When the second world war finished...

  • Retro Magazine Covers – File Under Miscellaneous

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    In our quest to find cool pictures from the past for your viewing pleasure we occasionally stumble upon groovy one-off retro magazine covers that feature eye catching  pictures, fab fonts or sometimes both. For example we would of liked to have done a...

  • Falling in Love at Woodstock Festival – The Comics

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    You’ve heard the album, listened to the song, seen the film, and got the T shirt or perhaps you were there (man) at the most famous rock festival in history, but now it’s time to take a look at Woodstock – The comics. Here we have not one,...

  • Stay Classy San Diego: High School Newspaper Ads

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    Here we take a look back at a number of adverts spanning the 1960s from the San Diego High School newspaper. One of the main advertisers were stockists of fine Ivy League apparel – The Highlander, and in these days of retail madness, we are pleased to...

  • Connexions – Sixties Magazine by Penguin Books

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    Connexions, not a sleazy ‘contact’ magazine for aspiring doggers but rather a slightly groovy publication aimed primarily at students and published by Penguin’s educational arm towards the end of the 1960s and into the early seventies. A publication (we...

  • Ford Times Illustrations 1962 – 1976

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    The Ford Times was a monthly magazine produced by the Ford Motor Company. It started in 1908, and featured all your latest Ford news, plus articles on other subjects. Especially so it seems, Expos and state fairs. Perhaps because a lot of exhibits were...

  • 1960s Canadian Architect Magazine Covers

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    Yeah you guessed it- The Canadian Architect is a monthly publication aimed at people who work in the world of architecture in Canada. The architecture magazine has been continuously published since 1955.  However we first encountered the magazine when we...

  • Projekt Magazine Covers

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    Regular readers of VoEA will know that we’re quite fond of a bit of vintage art and graphic design from Poland. We’ve previously featured some unique designs in our 1960s Polish Film Poster Art post. Now it’s time to take a look at the...

  • Diggin’ the Tribe Vibe

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    1972 was a year that bought much uncertainty in Detroit.With Motown Records relocating to Los Angeles, the dominant car industry at the beginning of a terminal decline, the population dropping as people relocated to find work and the city still struggling to...

  • 1967 French Elle Magazine

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    Keith Richards, Red cable knitted jumpsuits, Psychedelic umbrellas, Jaques Dutronc and some groovy illustrations from Guy Peellaert are just a few of the highlights from this French issue of Elle magazine which was published way back in May 1967. Today...