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Archive for the ‘Retro Advertising’ Category

  • 70s

    I’m Just a Seventies Fashion Fair Cosmetics Advert

    • 964 Views • 1970s, Fashion, Retro AdvertisingComments Off on I’m Just a Seventies Fashion Fair Cosmetics Advert

    During the seventies Ebony magazine published a series of adverts for the company Fashion Fair Cosmetics. The advertising campaign featured famous female stars of the time with the humble tagline “I’m Just…” Celebrities promoting the...

  • Australian women's Weekly Swinging sixties

    Australian Women’s Weekly Adverts

    • 3714 Views • 1960s, 1970s, Retro AdvertisingComments Off on Australian Women’s Weekly Adverts

    G’day mate. A few words on Australia Women’s Weekly or simply The Weekly as it is more commonly known. For ages it was the biggest selling magazine down under but has recently been usurped by Better Homes & Gardens. The Weekly has been going over 80...

  • Beetleboards

    Beetleboard – Brilliant Bug Based Billboards

    • 14347 Views • 1970s, Retro Advertising, TransportComments Off on Beetleboard – Brilliant Bug Based Billboards

    When it comes to good ideas it’s the simple ones that are generally the best. So, back in 1971 when L.A based advertising consultant Charles E, Bird was strolling through a campus car park on his way to address a college class he couldn’t help but notice...

  • time for Tee

    Time For Tee – T-Shirt Adverts From The Past

    • 5949 Views • 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, Retro AdvertisingComments Off on Time For Tee – T-Shirt Adverts From The Past

    If a James Brown T Shirt is good enough for James Brown, then it’s good enough for us. However we’re not sure that wearing a Jethro Tull T shirt did drive girls wild with desire in the seventies. Here we have a draw full of T shirts from the past....

  • retro After Shave Ads

    Common Scents – Fragrance Adverts From The Past

    • 9836 Views • 1960s, 1970s, Retro AdvertisingComments Off on Common Scents – Fragrance Adverts From The Past

    Back in the day, when it came to advertising men’s fragrances, (or after-shave as it was universally known back then) the more macho the message the better.  Square-jawed actors and models rubbed shoulders with sultry beauties to promote such legendary...