The 944 came at a time when Porsche was ready to explore new avenues. Porsche nearly scrapped the 911 several years later, in fact, intending for the V8-powered 928 to take its place as flagship. This car, though, was merely an expansion to the Porsche lineup. Its engine was at the front, and the more conventional setup along with a slightly simpler design meant the 944 was the day’s “affordable” 911 alternative.
1969 Fragrance Ad, Faberge Cologne Ice Sticks @ Bullock’s, Blonde Model Wearing Nothing but “Diamond Icicles” (2-page ad) by Classic Film
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<br />Vintage, two-page 1960s fragrance magazine advertisement, Faberge Cologne Ice Sticks @ Bullock's, advert features pretty, young blonde woman wearing nothing but "diamond icicles," 1969
“Hey, little girl, go to Bullock’s and get your Ice Sticks. Faberge freezes cologne on a stick.”
Portion of ad text:
“Newest, nicest way to cool it. Four fresh frosty Faberge fragrances in a smashing big-little girl package. Iced cologne. Solid cologne. Glistens on and on. Melts at the touch of you, and such a lovely way to welcome summer in.”
An ingenious ad for Black Sabbath’s comeback album, “13”, which is shown ‘emerging’ from layers of old posters. McCann dug their way through the many layers of flyposters that cover Copenhagen’s walls to create the installations and resurrect the legends.