....HOW ADVERTISING SPOILED ME....Found in Mom's Basement1940s ad for A-penn products: 1948 ad for Revlon cosmetics: 1950s ad for Revlon cosmetics: Another 1950s ad for Revlon cosmetics: 1961 ad for Royal Crown cola: 1962 ad for Gibley's vodka: 1962 ad for Gibley's gin: Found at CharmaineZoe, James Vaughan, saltycotton, Christine and ebay.Best ads from AustraliaShowing results: 1-18 of 8977 Page 1 of 499 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Where "The Gangs" Lived--New York's Five Points District, by Gregory J. ChristianoThe name Five Points evokes images of poverty, rampant crime, decadence and despair. That’s true. The Five Points was a lurid geographical cancer filled with dilapidated and unlivable tenement houses, gang extortion, corrupt politicians, houses of ill-repute and drunkenness and gambling. This was a place where all manner of crime flourished, the residents terrorized and squalor prevailed. the setting over many decades through the nineteenth century. The district was known as the Sixth Ward bounded, south, by Reade Street; west, by West Street; north by Canal Street; east by Broadway. Certain areas of Manhattan are not suitable to build tall structures because there is no bedrock underground. When the landfill started to decay in the 1820’s the wood frame houses began to tilt over and sink. The many dancehalls brought together the Irish and African-Americans who had a large population in the area. Over the decades the neighborhood changed. Recommended reading list:
Marketing and Advertising News With Attitude by Steve Hall and Angela NatividadRadioHorrorHosts.comSignificant seven: best print ads - MumbrellaOver the next few days, we are publishing highlights from this year’s Mumbrella Annual. 1. Royal Australian Navy, Human frigate The importance of teamwork in the navy is depicted in the shape of a battle cruiser made from hundreds of recruits. The execution also shows that the navy is not just about ships, sheet metal and rivets – it’s about people. The ad won best corporate and government service at the Caxtons. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.