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Dark Horse Comics' title Sword Daughter is an epic tale.of swords and emotions. A post-apocalyptic father and daughter team take on the world with fierce energy and loyalty. Fans of Conan the Barbarian and The Road, this one's for you. Lies Relationship, Oliver Stone, Conan The Barbarian, Epic Story, Viking Age, Dark Ages, Dark Horse, Post Apocalyptic, Book Review

Comic Book Review: Sword Daughter

In Dark Horse’s Sword Daughter, writer Brian Wood and artist Mack Chater tell the story of Dag and Elsbeth. A father and daughter travel across sprawling landscapes during the time of Vikings, a tale of survival, full of hardships, war, and revenge. Sword Daughter V.1 TPB collects the first 3 issues of this ongoing ser

Dark Horse Comics' title Sword Daughter is an epic tale.of swords and emotions. A post-apocalyptic father and daughter team take on the world with fierce energy and loyalty. Fans of Conan the Barbarian and The Road, this one's for you. Lies Relationship, Oliver Stone, Conan The Barbarian, Epic Story, Viking Age, Dark Ages, Dark Horse, Post Apocalyptic, Book Review

Comic Book Review: Sword Daughter

In Dark Horse’s Sword Daughter, writer Brian Wood and artist Mack Chater tell the story of Dag and Elsbeth. A father and daughter travel across sprawling landscapes during the time of Vikings, a tale of survival, full of hardships, war, and revenge. Sword Daughter V.1 TPB collects the first 3 issues of this ongoing ser

“You’ve come a long way baby.” These ads for Virginia Slims cigarettes date from Pub Vintage, Vintage Black, Vintage Style, Magazine Ads, Print Magazine, Nostalgia, Vintage Cigarette Ads, Virginia Slims, Old Advertisements

Mad Men’s Peggy and the Truth About Cigarette Branding

Mad Men is hooked on cigarettes. And it just can’t stop. And, as an audience, we’re exposed to the underbelly of vintage cigarette ads. In the first scene of 2007’s pilot–set in 1960 and titled “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes”–Don Draper talks with a waiter about Old Gold vs. Luckies. He shortly learns that they’re all poison

Today’s candy shops take retail branding cues from the past, yet tailor to the tastes of consumers wired in to social media. Let's see some sweet examples. Popular Candy, Retail Branding, Penny Candy, I Luv U, Interiors Magazine, Colorful Candy, White Letters, Candy Store, Retail Space

How Sweet It Is: A Look at Candy Store Branding

Popular candy stores, from those of the last century—Brach’s, Barton’s and Loft’s—to today’s wonderlands like It’Sugar, Dylan’s Candy Bar and Sugarfina, all possess retail branding designed to communicate fantasy, escape and joy. These colorful oases add a little dazzle to the everyday streetscape, like filling station

FACT: Orange Crush bottles used to be brown. FACT: They're not anymore. Sedelmaier takes us through the design and fizzy, bubbling history of vintage bottles (and labels) of Orange Crush. Brown Glass Bottles, Pop Bottles, One Of The Guys, Vintage Bottles, Orange Crush, 12 Year Old, Bottle Design, Color Pallets, Vintage Colors

Vintage Orange Crush Soda Bottles Take a Ribbing

I grew up drinking Orange Crush and hearing my mom tell stories of how it used to come in a distinct brown Crush bottle, supposedly to protect the flavor. But by the time I was a kid, those days were long gone, and their bottles were clear. I was also aware that Orange Crush was made in my hometown, Evanston, Illinois—

Wonder Woman's no stranger to the printed page, but she's made her way to the Smithsonian Libraries as well. Their Wonder Woman Collection tells the story of her creator, her origin, and her first costume. Star Comics, Dc Comics, American Art, American History, Cultural Significance, Wonder Woman Comic, The Secret History, African Elephant, Print Magazine

Smithsonian’s Wonder Woman Collection is the Beginning

The Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. is the largest museum complex of its kind in the world. Within its 19 museums, one can find everything from a mounted African elephant to Fonzie’s leather jacket. The Smithsonian also houses an impressive collection of comic books, a uniquely American art form launched in

“I’ll Have Illustration with That, Please.” We talk illustrations over tartines with artist, Justyna Stasik. She dishes on her barricade project for the Tartinery, which allows commuters to add the final touches to the designs. Article Design, Print Magazine, Advertising Design, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Print Design, Thesis, Hustle, Creative

“I’ll Have Illustration with That, Please.”

Tartinery, an eatery that specializes in tartines (open-faced sandwiches), salads and soups, is opening a new restaurant on the lower level of New York’s Grand Central Terminal, part of an overall renovation of the station’s retail and dining options. Right now, the future Tartinery site is blocked by construction barr

The Composing Room produced enviable exhibitions and talks by the most innovative of the mid-century moderns. Steven Heller examines the shop's legacy. Book And Magazine, Print Magazine, Graphic Prints, Graphic Design, Type Design, Sand Crafts, Art Courses, Young Designers, Advertising Design

The Chatter Of Type

Through its publications and gallery, the Composing Room promoted the new American design. The Composing Room in New York was no mere type shop. While no other type business was more aggressively self-promoting, none so determinedly advanced the art and craft of type design or made such a remarkable contribution to des

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Graphic Design Ads From the - Print Magazine Classic Artwork, Vintage Artwork, Vintage Prints, Brand Manual, Fluorescent Colors, Design Strategy, Print Magazine, Graphic Design Illustration, Advertising Design

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Design Ads From the ’70s

Print has been acquired by an independent group of collaborators—Deb Aldrich, Laura Des Enfants, Jessica Deseo, Andrew Gibbs, Steven Heller and Debbie Millman—and soon enough, we’ll be back in full force with an all-new look, all-new content and a fresh outlook for the future! In the meantime, we’re looking back at som

Vintage Graphic Design 32 Beautiful/Bizarre Graphic Design Ads From the - Print continues its quest to document vintage printer and graphic design ads through the decades. Here, we feature the trippy and gorgeous ads of the Retro Graphic Design, Graphic Design Inspiration, Typography Poster, Typography Design, Rhyme And Reason, Retro Illustration, Book Design, Ad Design, Design Ideas

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Design Ads From the ’70s

Print has been acquired by an independent group of collaborators—Deb Aldrich, Laura Des Enfants, Jessica Deseo, Andrew Gibbs, Steven Heller and Debbie Millman—and soon enough, we’ll be back in full force with an all-new look, all-new content and a fresh outlook for the future! In the meantime, we’re looking back at som

Shillington Education& Anthony Wood takes a look at five of the best brand identities succeeding amid today& digital noise. Copy Ads, New York Eats, Brand Identity, Branding, Classic Names, Campaign Posters, Poster Ads, Type Posters, Great Ads

Personality by Design: 5 Stunning Brand Identities Today

[Call for entries: HOW Logo Design Awards] by Anthony Wood, global managing director of Shillington Education, a comprehensive, immersive design school Design can make or break a brand identity, and thus, a brand. After all, businesses succeed through building relationships with their consumers. Given that companies t

This was voted the best ad of all time and It's from the legendary Volkswagen campaign of the from the Doyle Dane Bernbach (DDB) advertising agency. (Both of my parents grew up in the and with a Volkswagen in their driveway) Vw Bus, Cabrio Volkswagen, Vw Beetle Cabriolet, Volkswagon Bug, Beetle Car, Print Advertising, Creative Advertising, Advertising History, Advertising Industry

Lemons Still Sell

by Andrew Fatato, Senior Copywriter, POSSIBLE Learn what old-timey print ads can teach us about making advertising for the future. In an age of sponsored Instagram selfie lenses created to unlock bespoke VR experiences for toddlers, it can be tempting to toss aside the ad techniques of yesteryear. But it turns out thos

Schwarzkopf : hair gel on Behance (idée : Patrick Dufour) Best Ads, Showcase Design, Logo Color, Print Magazine, Advertising Design, Art Logo, Print Design, Graphic Design, Logo Design

10 Inspiring Advertising Designs

Advertising designs showcase graphic design’s power. The ability to encourage people to buy a product, attend an event, or to change a previously-held perception through one graphic design creation is simply astounding. Creating great advertisement copy involves interdisciplinary approaches in both visual and verbal co

Maidenform Ads: Inside the Madness – Millicent and Carla Fran Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Vintage Glamour, Vintage Prints, Lingerie Vintage, Vintage Underwear, King Tut Tomb, Egyptian Queen

Uplifting Advertising

In the ’50s and ’60s, prepubescent rascals may have hidden contraband copies of Playboy, but the punishment if discovered could cost more than it was worth. So boys in that exploratory demographic found The New York Times Magazine and any number of women’s magazines much safer yet still arousing. The underwear ads in t

Print continues its quest to document vintage printer and graphic design ads through the decades. Here, we feature the trippy and gorgeous ads of the Creative Advertising, Advertising Design, Debbie Millman, Design Strategy, Print Magazine, Ad Design, Graphic Design Inspiration, Vintage Ads, Cut Paper

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Design Ads From the ’70s

Print has been acquired by an independent group of collaborators—Deb Aldrich, Laura Des Enfants, Jessica Deseo, Andrew Gibbs, Steven Heller and Debbie Millman—and soon enough, we’ll be back in full force with an all-new look, all-new content and a fresh outlook for the future! In the meantime, we’re looking back at som

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Graphic Design Ads From the - Print Magazine Colour Board, Print Magazine, Advertising Design, Print Ads, Book Illustration, Trippy, Surface Design, Pattern Design, Arts And Crafts

32 Beautiful/Bizarre Design Ads From the ’70s

Print has been acquired by an independent group of collaborators—Deb Aldrich, Laura Des Enfants, Jessica Deseo, Andrew Gibbs, Steven Heller and Debbie Millman—and soon enough, we’ll be back in full force with an all-new look, all-new content and a fresh outlook for the future! In the meantime, we’re looking back at som