Roly Waters

2015-07-06 14:34:35

Naylor's Dog Show Poster (1879). The 19th century saw an explosion in cheaply produced printed posters and adverts, and the development of writing styles and graphic techniques that have influenced advertising ever since. The combination of varied and colourful typography, arresting imagery, short exclamatory sentences, and occasionally surreal content, was typical of the Victorian period.
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Cola Boy

2015-07-06 14:34:35

Wow great colours!


2015-07-06 14:34:35

Skeleton Man and the Fat Child? Isn't that a reality show on Fox?

Victorian Reader

2015-07-06 14:34:35

Don't Fox take most of their ideas from Victorian freak shows?

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