Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character (2020)

Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character Warren Dotz Masud Husain Meet Mr Product The Art of the Advertising Character Here in Meet Mr Product youll find a vibrantly colorful tribute to such pop culture icons as the Jolly Green Giant natty Mr Peanut the cute little Morton Salt Girl and the countless other advertisi
  • Title: Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character
  • Author: Warren Dotz Masud Husain
  • ISBN: 9780811835893
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character Warren Dotz Masud Husain Here in Meet Mr Product youll find a vibrantly colorful tribute to such pop culture icons as the Jolly Green Giant, natty Mr Peanut, the cute little Morton Salt Girl, and the countless other advertising characters who have been helping us navigate the grocery aisles and choose our products for years Offering up a bustling gallery of over 500 spokescharacters, this chunkHere in Meet Mr Product youll find a vibrantly colorful tribute to such pop culture icons as the Jolly Green Giant, natty Mr Peanut, the cute little Morton Salt Girl, and the countless other advertising characters who have been helping us navigate the grocery aisles and choose our products for years Offering up a bustling gallery of over 500 spokescharacters, this chunky compendium charts the origins and development of the advertising character and gives brief glimpses into some of their most intimate secrets Did you know that the Michelin Man has been spotted with glamorous ladies on his arm Or that Bordens Elsie the Cow was married to Elmer of household glue fame Famous faces and a host of recently rediscovered characters fill Meet Mr Products pages to bursting.
Meet Mr. Product: The Art of the Advertising Character Warren Dotz Masud Husain

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  1. Orsolya

    We are bombarded daily with advertising icons, symbols, and spokes characters proudly pushing the latest products This in your face practice has been used since the end of the 1800s starting with advertisements for medicines Warren Dotz and Masud Husain explore art and history of advertisement characters in, Meet Mr Product The Art of the Advertisement Character Meet Mr Product is a full color coffee table book which focuses on the presentation of spokes characters in retro advertisements for va [...]

  2. Andy

    My favorite clip art book of all time I wish I could hang out with smiling carburetor people and dancing spoon men Maybe I should take LSD

  3. Jay

    You don t read this book as much as you get this book It compiles mountains of company mascots and spokes characters since the beginning of print advertising The evolution of personification is an interesting one in my opinion, but I can certainly see how someone would pick this book up and think it s one note I ve referred to this publication many times just to get my creative juices flowing.

  4. Ben

    And I bet this doesn t cover nearly all of them A fantastic collection of famous and lesser known characters from the world of advertising divided into dining, automotive, technology, etc They ll put a winking eye and a smile on anything Minor complaint no index.

  5. Christa Mcintyre

    This is one of the most ideal books for me To my surprise, I had an actual model of one of the icons in my coat closet True.

  6. Penny

    Very cool book Colorfully designed, chunky and packed with those wonderful little product critters and spokesmen.

  7. Brennan

    duh, you get this full of classic illustration, including captain cupcake, sambo s, quisp and the frito bandito to name a few no reading necessary.

  8. Jon(athan) Nakapalau

    Advertising characters tell us a lot about the norms values we hold as a culture This book is a rare glimpse into our collective cultural experience via anthropomorphism.

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