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Pero ikaw, oo, ikaw. Kung mabasa nimo ni, ayaw lang kalimti na naa ra ko permi para nimo ha? Kung gusto ka naay kay masultian, kung gusto ka naay maminaw para nimo, naa ra ko.


Karung panahona, sayun na kaayu pangitaon ang babaeng gwapa, sexy ug flawless. Sa mga lalaki nga taas, good-looking ug naay abs. Pero ang mas lisud pangitaon? Kanang taw nga love nimu nga mas pinakalove ug giseryoso ka.

© James N. Doolittle, ca. 1934, Illustration for Chevrolet

Starting in the 1920s American consumers went from a commercial world of white towels and black Model Ts to a range of products with a fantastic palette of hues from which to choose.

Margaret Bourke-White explained that color posed “a great element of chance, as many unexpected and peculiar things can happen” and cautioned photographers to oversee the color process with printers to ensure faithful reproductions.

As more magazines began to print in color in the 1930s, advances were made in the capture and reproduction of color images—with the aim of controlling prints so they matched the original transparencies, and the objects they depicted, as closely as possible. (+)

From “The High Art of Photographic Advertising.” More pictures and info here.


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© Nathan Lazarnick, ca. 1934, Advertisement for Sanka Coffee

On September 18, 1934, a stunning exhibition sponsored by the National Alliance of Art and Industry (NAAI) and the Photographic Illustrators, Inc. opened in the gallery of New York City’s 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

The show featured 250 works by the top artistic and commercial photographers of the day, with a particular focus on advertising and industrial images. In 1935, approximately 125 prints from the NAAI exhibition came to Harvard Business School, which was actively collecting photographs for exhibition and classroom use.

The High Art of Photographic Advertising” revisits the 1934 exhibition—a collection that seventy-five years later survives as a telling chapter in evolving perceptions about photography’s artistic, commercial, and cultural significance.

Find more photos of this exhibition here.

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RT: Sa Panahon karon
  • Sa panahon karon, Nesfruta nalang ang REAL.  
  • Sa panahon karon, mas lami pa ang mahubog kesa muhigugma.
  • Sa panahon karon itlog nalang di magbuwag.
  • Sa panahon karon, yoyo nalang ang ga balik pag buhian. 
  • Sa panahon karon . kung mangihi nalang ko kiligon.  
  • Sa panahon karon ang FOREVER equivalent nas PON-E-BEER. 
  • Sa panahon karon, joke na ang tinuod, tinuod na ang joke. 
  • Sa panahon karon, condom nalang ang naay trust. 
  • Sa panahon karon MANI nalang ang HAPPY. 
  • Sa panahon karon Hershey’s KISSes nalang ang mu kiss.
  • Sa panahon karon , way true love nga mahitabo , basta dli ka maghubo. 
  • Sa panahon karon utang nalay mag dugay.
  • Sa panahon karon mao pay gwapa,gwapo mao pay way lovelife ahimm.
  • Sa panahon karon, panahon nalang ang naay panahon nimo.
  • Sa panahon karon babae nay muadto sa balay sa laki.
  • Sa panahon karon, wire nalang ang naay spark.
  • Sa panahon karon, mas importante pa ang matog og mo kaon kaysa ma inlove. 
  • Sa panahon karon iro nalang ang kabalo sa word nga stay.
  • Sa panahon karon, mas lami pa paminawon ang “Librehan tika” kaysa sa “love tika”
  • Sa panahon karon tumblr nalang ang makasabot sa ako. Over