Crazy advertising retro ads
Today it may seem incredible, but the ads that creative designers of the past developed, are much more crazy than anything that appears in the media and on television today. And the advertising leaflets of some companies are shocking.
We were once a cruel and savage tribe. And now we are civilized, kind and good
Advertising soap Ivory. It depicts the Native Americans (the Indians), who ostensibly had to be washed only to make them civilized.
To keep a slim figure, do not give up ...
Cigarette companies often gave very strange advertisements. In this case, it was understood that smoking Virginia Slims leads to weight loss.
Is it always illegal to kill a woman?
Already no one will know what Pitney-Bowes meant by advertising its device for postmarking, but this ad clearly showed how the boss is killing his co-worker.
Welcome chauvinistic pigs
The company Hush Puppies conducted a shocking advertising campaign, urging male chauvinists to buy her shoes.
It's a city, baby!
Aunt Jemima is a well-known company producing syrup for pancakes and pancake mixes. This shocking ancient announcement would clearly be approved by modern racists.
If your husband ever finds out that you did not buy his favorite coffee ...
Chase & Sanborn Coffee believed that for any man to beat his wife - the perfect way to teach her what coffee to buy in the store.
Lucky Strike clears throat
At the next old announcement of a cigarette Lucky Strike advertises ... Santa Claus.
Please, Dave, do not make me close from you.
Advertising of lysol, which was used for feminine hygiene.
Saarty Bartman - a woman from the tribe of koi-koin in south-west Africa, who suffered from steatopygy: excessive level of fat deposits on the buttocks and thighs. In the early 1800s, she performed in Europe under the name "Hottentot Venus" in the panopticon.
Whiskey Advertising Belle of Nelson
The advertisement of the Belle of Nelson whiskey depicted a scene from the daily life of the harem.
These terrible female drivers!
In 1952, the stereotype that all women are terrible drivers, was stronger than ever. Even a whole series of advertising posters on this subject was released.
In any case, at least Schlitz will not burn
Similar advertisements depicting a careless hostess in the kitchen were very many. This advertisement of the Schlitz beer shows how kind a husband should be towards his wife, who burns everything in the kitchen.
It's nice to have a girl at home
Trousers Leggs were advertised against the backdrop of a shocking "trophy".
The electric brush for Dr. Scott's hair will not save the scalps of Indians from their enemies, but will prevent dandruff and alopecia
Was it possible to somehow advertise the electric brush for Dr. Scott's hair in the era of Indian revolts?
Jubilee performance of minstrels Wm. H. West's
In the minstrel show, popular in America in the 19th century, students painted their faces black, imitating the Negroes. They played humorous sketches from the life of blacks.
Do you think a woman will be able to open it?
Aluminum cap on the thread has become a revolutionary invention in the packaging industry. In advertising such covers, the emphasis was on the fact that even a weaker sex could open them.
The chef does everything, but cooking is a woman's concern!
Kenwood also promoted the idea of the place of women in the kitchen.
Love's Baby Soft - innocence is sexier than you think
Advertising perfume with the face of a child - what's wrong with that? But the signature is worthy of Nabokov.
The first step to enlightenment - The White Man's Burden
Advertising of soap The White Man's Burden meant that first of all the white man should take care of how to teach the inferior (black) people cleanliness.
The harder his wife works, the prettier she looks!
Kellogg's vitaminized breakfast cereal was also advertised with a hint of a woman's place in the kitchen.
Show her a real masculine world
The company Van Heusen had a number of very ambiguous advertisements. On this advertisement, a woman is actually shown as a servant.
What cigarettes do you smoke, doctor?
Camel cigarettes in this advertisement were "a healthy product that even doctors recommend."
Salute to the millions who switched to Philip Morris
The company Philip Morris used even children to advertise tobacco products.
Christmas morning, she will be happier with Hoover
Everybody heard the song "All I want for Christmas is you", but hardly anyone has heard that the woman's secret dream for Christmas is to get a vacuum vacuum cleaner as a gift.