Questionable Ads From The Past

Questionable Ads From The Past

Times may change, but at least we can take comfort knowing that some aspects of  marketing have always been offensive:

 1950's Le Cochon Prodigue, advertising French saucisson with the slogan "You’ll eat with pleasure, and without tiredness. The good sausages of the BOUNTEOUS PIG!"

1950's Le Cochon Prodigue, advertising French saucisson with the slogan "You’ll eat with pleasure, and without tiredness. The good sausages of the BOUNTEOUS PIG!"

 1946 ad for Camel cigarrettes

1946 ad for Camel cigarrettes

 Ad for Love's Baby Soft perfume, introduced in 1974.

Ad for Love's Baby Soft perfume, introduced in 1974.

 1956 7-Up ad

1956 7-Up ad

 1969 ad campaign for Tipalet cigarettes by Muriel

1969 ad campaign for Tipalet cigarettes by Muriel

 Ad for Fairy Soap from the N.K. Fairbank Company, circa 1900

Ad for Fairy Soap from the N.K. Fairbank Company, circa 1900

 1905 ad for Gillette razors

1905 ad for Gillette razors

 1961 ad for Kenwood Chef mixer

1961 ad for Kenwood Chef mixer

 Lloyd's toothache drops, circa 1890

Lloyd's toothache drops, circa 1890

This Home Costs A Billion Dollars

This Home Costs A Billion Dollars

Urban Art:  I Absolutely Love The Imagination Some People Have

Urban Art: I Absolutely Love The Imagination Some People Have