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All-American Ads of the 30s (Midi)

All American Ads of the s Midi DIV Taschen American LLC

  • Title: All-American Ads of the 30s (Midi)
  • Author: Jim Heimann
  • ISBN: 3822816205
  • Page: 393
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  • DIV 3 8228 1620 5 39.99 Taschen American LLC

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    1. So macht das Spass!Haufenweise tolle Illustrationen in einem guten Preis/Leistungsverhältnis. Für jeden, den das Thema interessiert und für alle, die einfach Spass an vielen bunten, hübschen Bildern haben!


    2. Taschen's fourth volume of the All-American Ads series provides a big look back to the day before yesterday. Steven Heller provides a short overview of the decade and explains that despite the Depression magazines, in which most of these ads appeared, had very high circulations. For a few cents readers could escape the reality of everyday life and be entertained by the features and the colourful advertisements. Naturally there is no real mention of the Depression though some of the ads sport t [...]


    3. Book is 768 pages of print advertisements from the 1930s, nearly all of them in color. The book is large enough in its dimensions that the reader can see them and read most of them except the quarter- page ones. Some of them occupy full pages and others cover two pages. It is exactly what I was looking for. The ads are from magazines with few exceptions. Most of the ads were aimed at the middle and upper classes who still had money to spend after the Great Depression which began in 1929.In 1 [...]


    4. You expect a book like this to be fun, and it is! The hard sell approach, the inflated claims, and the infamous phrase, "It isn't brand X if it doesn't say Y!" (as if your brain is scrambled) it's all hilarious now. And even when these techniques get tedious, the drawings and paintings are colorful and well-designed by themselves.The ads don't mention the Depression, but you can see it in the phrases "stretch your dollars" and "these days" That's a technique auto makers adopted after Sept. [...]



    5. The book arrived in one month, which was fast if you consider that it generally takes more than this to arrive, the book came in excelent conditions. is always a reliable store.


    6. Taschen's fourth volume of the All-American Ads series provides a big look back to the day before yesterday. Steven Heller provides a short overview of the decade and explains that despite the Depression magazines, in which most of these ads appeared, had very high circulations. For a few cents readers could escape the reality of everyday life and be entertained by the features and the colourful advertisements. Naturally there is no real mention of the Depression though some of the ads sport t [...]


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