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by Marcie Cabarga,Leslie Cabarga

Author: Marcie Cabarga,Leslie Cabarga
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Dover Publications (October 7, 1991)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.6
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ISBN-10: 0486268586 Dimensions: . x 11 x . inches By the 1920s, advertising in America had become a major industry. Over 850 trademarks registered in the 1920s appear in this fascinating book, which offers artists, designers and students of Americana a comprehensive look at how graphic artists of this often flamboyant period combined typography and design to "sell" a company and its products.

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5. 1337 Spot Illustrations of the Twenties and Thirties (Paperback). Published by Dover Publications In. United States (1992). ISBN 10: 048627232X ISBN 13: 9780486272320.

Two of Leslie Cabarga’s earlier Dover volumes-1,001 Advertising Cuts from the .

Two of Leslie Cabarga’s earlier Dover volumes-1,001 Advertising Cuts from the Twenties and Thirties and Advertising Spot Illustrations of the Twenties and Thirties-have drawn largely on the same sources while emphasizing some different subjects. You may use the designs and illustrations for graphics and crafts applications, free and without special permission, provided that you include no more than ten in the same publication or project.

Popular Advertising Cuts of the Twenties and Thirties (Dover Pictorial Archive). Compiled by graphic artist Leslie Cabarga from publications of the 1920s and '30s, more than 1,500 advertising cuts dramatize a wide variety of enterprises: businesses, communications, education, industry, construction, transportation, legal and health-care services, sports, travel, entertainment, and other areas-all conveniently arranged by category for ease of use.

Zavier Leslie Cabarga (b. 1954 in New York), popularly known as Leslie Cabarga, is an American author, illustrator, cartoonist, animator, font designer, and publication designer. His art style evokes images from the 1920s and 1930s, and over the years Cabarga has created many products associated with Betty Boop.

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Over 850 trademarks registered in the 1920s offer artists, designers, and students of Americana a comprehensive look at how graphic artists of this often flamboyant period combined typography and design to "sell" a company and its products, which range from food to furniture to fabrics. Captions identify each company.