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This is from the cover of a 1971 trade magazine.
My dad was this kind of sign maker. I ran around the playground during the 1972 convention yelling, “Well, my dad made the world’s largest Spiro Agnew watch, so burn!”
Nice work. What happened to the sign?
That’s a great question. It was somewhere in Southern California, but I think it met its demise. Lileks probably has it in his garage waiting for a big enough scanner.
Do you have photos of some of his other works?
A Picassa Slideshow or something like it might be a fun thing to post.
A Picassa Slideshow or something like it might be a fun thing to post. · 18 minutes ago
Manly men from days of yore had no need for portfolios.
It seems a shame. It is interesting how much art there was in the Ephemera of advertising. Like Jingles.
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Why was it “DIRTY TIME[?]”
‘Cuz all the hippies back then?
A Picassa Slideshow or something like it might be a fun thing to post. · 2 hours ago
And some end up in the background on TV shows.