From the 1960s through the 1980s, artists throughout the Soviet Union designed propaganda posters to warn the public of the dangers of excessive alcohol consumption. With striking, colorful graphics and stark metaphors, the posters cast alcoholism as a snake choking the life from vivacious young men, a bottle as a prison, and more. Drinkers grow
Since moving pictures were invented, nothing promotes a movie better than unashamedly sexual advertising.
George Gross, born in 1909, was one of the best pulp magazine cover artists during and after the World War Two. In a time where most publications and pulp cover artists exploited female sexuality to sell, George proved the contrary. Bill Cox, an established pulp writer, applauded George for making mind-blowing paintings without scantily dressed
A picture tells a thousand stories! A great artist like Canadian born Rob Gonsalves helps bring the pictures he draws and paints to life. His pictures are the very essence of a magical world of mystical illusions. His pictures are all so planned that you feel that your eyes are playing tricks with you and