Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Coca-Cola, 1914

Coca-Cola ad, 1914, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

From Taschen's "All-American Ads 1900-1919". Click image for 638 x 886 size.

"A Man's Drink
A Woman's Drink
Everybody's Drink

Vigorously good - and keenly delicious. Thirst-quenching and refreshing.

The national beverage - and yours.

Demand the genuine by full name.
Nicknames encourage substitution.

Whenever you see an Aroow think of Coca-Cola."


Mike S said...

I'm leaving this from Maine, USA where it's now 0320 and I'm out of time to subscribe to your other blogs. I only got 'Old Paint' so far & was amazed at how much of what you post is what I like, which covers a wide area. You've managed to hit far more than any others have.

I ran out of time trying to leave you a message. Not fussy if you post this or not, just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed my short stay, it'll NOT be my LAST!Wonderful blogs(the ones I could access) so far.

M said...

Hello Mike, thank you! I had to remove the comments from the Old Paint blog because of some obnoxious comments I had been getting re: the Aubrey Beardsley illustrations. I may put back that option later, once I have shown all the illustrations from that artist that I have on my flickr photostream. My list of blogs is on the sidebar, I hope you enjoy those as well. Thanks again!