JIM LUCIO

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This blog is primarily art, personal archive, library, and ongoing projects.

Printed stuff, photography, graphic and package design, advertising, film and lowbrow culture.

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119 posts tagged advertising

KOOL-SHAKE, 1957. Thick & Foamy!

MR. BOH, 1957. Mr. Boh, so suave and stylish.

SLOPPY JOES, 1966. Starbursts and all, with ads screaming, ‘Sloppy Joes are Neat!’

7-UP SIX PACK.

SUPERMARKET BARGAINS.  I love the visual landscape created by this kind of advertising.

Wranglers. 1962.  Wranglers + Beret + Goatee = Artist. I’m kinda not seeing how this equation works now or then.

Hires Root Beer, 1962.

Any other vodka would be monstrous. Smirnoff, 1967.

Frosted Flakes, 1953.

Frosted Flakes, 1953.

Shit Parade.  Can you tell I liked Wacky Packages when I was a kid?

Ghastly! Found image from my collection of vintage paper.

Canned Goods. #pasteup #streetart #packaging #advertising #baltimore

Kaynee Prep Shirts display. Putting this old favorite in storage. #advertising #menswear #smut

WATERMELON BOYS. 1941.

One boy is advertising Shell Gasoline, the other Pepto-Bismol. I’d buy what the black kid’s selling!

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