“It Commands Respect Wherever It Travels!” – Cadillac Ads In The 1960s – Design You Trust

“It Commands Respect Wherever It Travels!” – Cadillac Ads In The 1960s

In 1961, Frank Kelly Freas, best-known for his science-fiction artwork, created this parody advertisement for Cadillac Jewelry, which was supposed to “let the whole world know you own that fabulous status-symbol.”

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