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Random McGinnis

Illustration by Robert McGinnis.

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Santa Claus & Co.

Artwork by Brusco.

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Santa's SAAB 93

Santa's SAAB 93

During the late 1950s, the Swedish automaker Saab Automobile AB came up with a fun idea for its Christmas cards. Saab apparently asked the following question: what kind of car would Santa Claus drive? If one were to take Saab’s word for it, Santa would be the proud owner of a Saab 93.

Via Hagley Museum.

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George Petty 1939

Illustration by George Petty for Esquire, January 1939.

Via 20th Century Man.

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Skiing is believing

Illustration c.1950’s by Al Moore.

Via Retrogasm.

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Robert McGinnis: The Last One Left

Robert McGinnis illustration for John D. MacDonald’s “The Last One Left”.

Via Flickr.

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Nesbitt's Orange Christmas ad

Nesbitt’s Orange ad illustration by Edward Runci c. 1950s.

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Ripley

Illustration by Armand Dimitri.

Via Comics Alliance.

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Santa baby

Illustration by Alberto Vargas , 1945.

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The Complete Jacques Tati

As a big fan of the work of Jacques Tati, in particular the Monsieur Hulot movies, I was hugely excited to discover that Criterion have just recently released their 12 disc box DVD collection, The Complete  Jacques Tati, in packaging beautifully illustrated by David Merveille.

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