These crisp, eye-catching images originated in a now-rare 1940s portfolio of advertising art. Dating from an era before photocopiers, the line drawings could be traced to promote plays and recitals, merchandise, services, and other goods and events. The vast array of illustrations, many enhanced by s... read more
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These crisp, eye-catching images originated in a now-rare 1940s portfolio of advertising art. Dating from an era before photocopiers, the line drawings could be traced to promote plays and recitals, merchandise, services, and other goods and events. The vast array of illustrations, many enhanced by simple slogans, includes depictions of children and toys, sports and holiday themes, household items, food, and more. Each is offered in highly scalable EPS vector and JPEG formats.
Reprint of Portfolio of Illustrations Designed for General Use, The Speed-O-Print Corp., Chicago, 1944.
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Includes 329 royalty-free images saved in EPS vector and JPEG formats.
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