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jinxproof · 2 days ago
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Sofia Steinberg | © Mario Sorrenti
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goshyesvintageads · a day ago
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General Foods Corp, 1935
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gameraboy2 · a day ago
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Plymouth Builds Great Cars, 1940 ad
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vintageadsmakemehappy · 2 days ago
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1957 General Electric Radio
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1950 Old Gold Cigarette advertising
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chernobog13 · 20 hours ago
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The evolution of the Green Giant.
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misforgotten2 · a day ago
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Vogue   February 1, 1947
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devdas5z · a day ago
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Leticia Birkheuer for Max Mara 
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karanfilsblog · a day ago
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aklımdan çıkmaz tek bir söz oda şudur ki ''ayılmamız bizim için en iyisi olacak.'' şimdi sen en iyisisin ben? doğru bende en diptekiyim.
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2othcentury · a day ago
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1979 Chevy Malibu
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sadeceluna1 · 2 days ago
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Her şeyin farkında olmak ama bilmiyor gibi davranmak 🤝 Ben
( Böyle olanlar RB'lesin :) )
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goshyesvintageads · 2 days ago
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Hiram Walker & Sons Inc, 1975
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gameraboy2 · a day ago
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1955 Motorola Pixie pocket radio
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prokopetz · 4 months ago
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What we’ve gotta understand is that “the modern Internet is abolishing spaces for adults” and “the modern Internet is abolishing space for children” are compatible phenomena. Neither group is being favoured: the modern Internet is abolishing spaces for adults (i.e., because grown-up topics aren’t advertiser friendly) and the modern Internet is abolishing spaces for children (i.e., because online communities which consist principally of people who have no money are hard to sell things to). The Internet that contemporary corporate interests are trying to build isn’t a space for anyone – it’s the digital equivalent of an Ikea showroom.
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vintageeveryday · 5 months ago
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Back in 1942, when making a bad cup of tea may have been grounds for a divorce...
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alwaysscreechingbasement · 12 months ago
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probablyasocialecologist · 3 months ago
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When the language of advertising and personal branding enjoins you to “be yourself,” what it really means is “be more yourself,” where “yourself” is a consistent and recognizable pattern of habits, desires, and drives that can be more easily advertised to and appropriated, like units of capital.
Jenny Odell, How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy
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