Ads and Logos from the 20th century

Ads and Logos from the 20th century

retrogasm:

"Shut your eyes and open your mouth" yeah I’m not falling for that again…

retrogasm:

"Shut your eyes and open your mouth" yeah I’m not falling for that again…

smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.
smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.
Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.

smithsonianlibraries:

Cats are critical to posters, apparently. A smattering of kitties appear in Posters, a critical study of the development of poster design in continental Europe, England and America by Charles Matlack Price.

Price obviously knew the importance of cats in art. He certainly had strong feelings about the topic of art, going so far as to include the quote above from Robert Louis Stevenson as the epigraph to the book. And since we see 2 kitties gracing the title page, we can deduce that his idea of good art = cats. But I’m no art historian.

wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.
wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.

wilsonlibunc:

"Seven Wonders of the World" advertising cards from Alfred Williams & Co. Booksellers and Stationers in Raleigh.

wilsonlibunc:

“Don’t Waste Paper — Paper is Essential.” War Industries Board poster ca. 1914-1918. Rare Book Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill, via Documenting the American South, North Carolinians and the Great War.

wilsonlibunc:

Don’t Waste Paper — Paper is Essential.” War Industries Board poster ca. 1914-1918. Rare Book Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill, via Documenting the American South, North Carolinians and the Great War.

lawhimsy:

Snowflake A Novelette - Vintage Sheet Music ~ La

lawhimsy:

Snowflake A Novelette - Vintage Sheet Music ~ La