“I’ll Get Mine!” Thirteen Vintage Pulp Book Covers That Depict “Loose Women” Getting High. Trashy pulp fiction reached its height in the 1920s and ’30s, fostering a plethora of book covers destined to be made into the posters of today.
The pulp era overlapped with a surge in anti-marijuana propaganda, spearheaded by Harry Anslinger, whose hatred of weed was rooted in racism and sexism. “Two Negros took a girl fourteen years old and kept her for two days under the influence of hemp,”went one example of his rhetoric. “Upon recovery she was found to be suffering from syphilis.” Pelican Book Covers – Graphic Design. The Book Cover - Ladybird Books UK after 1950. ** PULP FICTION POSTCARDS & OTHER POP-CULTURE PRODUCTS ** Collection: Pulp Fiction Cover Gallery. The Best Of The Worst. The Book Cover Archive : Penguin Books Ltd. Penguin & Pelican Collection. The Art of American Book Covers: Thomas Watson Ball. Gilian the Dreamer by Neil MunroDodd, Mead, 1899 cover by Thomas Watson Ball, unsigned The covers of T.
W. Ball were completely neglected by scholars of binding design for many years.