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Image & Sentiment IU Lilly Library Exhibition. In 1894, Gleeson White devoted an issue of his influential design journal, The Studio, to the examination of Christmas cards.

Image & Sentiment IU Lilly Library Exhibition

He scanned the sample books of the major manufacturers and found standard greetings, bad verse, and an eclectic array of images. He wrote: "It is obvious that for the sake of their literature no collection would be worth making. " Rather, it was the design that White found to be the sole interesting feature of this category of holiday ephemera. Ad Age Advertising Century: Top 10 Slogans of the Century. I'd prefer to be unknown.. that way they won't keep offering you work.

Not a Cough in a Carload: Images from the Tobacco Industry Campaign to Hide the Hazards of Smoking.