‘Ello John. Got A New Motor – Retro Porsche Posters – Design You Trust

‘Ello John. Got A New Motor – Retro Porsche Posters

No, well then check out this bunch of ads for Porsche. You know we love our advertising here, there’s no artwork that sums up a time more than advertising. It is very representative, because it’s trying to appeal to the masses of that time, and tries to tap into what the general vibe is… i.e if it’s the summer of love, then expect some flowery shit…

The artwork of advertising is simply awesome in some instances, and the talent shown is second to none, much more inspiring than your average art gallery in my humble opinion. A lot of advertising is simple and neat, and striking, which again ads to the whole appeal, some of the artists are downright geniuses that we’ll never hear of…

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