Monday, October 3, 2011

LUX Soap Ad - 1933



Source: Needlecraft: The Home Arts Magazine, February 1933

3 comments:

Valerie said...

This ad is so fun! I love how we are told that the girls washed their stocking with the Lux soap-and rubbed with the cake soap! I wonder if that might have had something to do with the outcome:) I also love that there is the idea here that you take care of things to make them last. Wonderful ad, Crystal!

Shannon said...

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Staci Burruel said...

Ads in the past were very witty. It all falls down to the writer, and that's tough. But for me they lack execution. I've never seen abstract ads in all my years of collating classic ads.