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Magazine Art: Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads

Art prints have been around as long as printing has been around. Film, movies, cinema, as an art that moves, only a short time, but fully the memory of living humans. Books and magazines have been the subject of ads as long as the memory of humankind. Or so it would seem. Not only did magazines run ads for themselves and for other titles from the same publisher, they often ran ads for totally unconnected magazine titles. Sometimes they sold the space to the other publisher, and sometimes they simply exchanged space for ads in the other publisher's magazines. In addition, some magazine distributors and resellers ran combination ads in which one might subscribe to any number of magazines at a discounted price. Often they advertised art prints of their previously issued covers, and a number of companies built a business on providing art prints of all types.

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Color picture of Marion Davies, in "The Floradora Girl," which is a black and white picture "embellished with Technicolor scenes." Other pictures noted in the upper sidebar: "Follow Thru," with Charles "Buddy" Rogers and Nancy Carroll (Paramount); "Sweet Kitty Bellairs," with Claudia Dell and Perry Askam (Warner Bros.); "Toast of the Legion," with Bernice Claire and Walter Pidgeon (First National); "Viennese Nights," all-star...
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Ad for early Technicolor productions, showing Bessie Love, in "Chasing Rainbows," as she appears in color, compared with the black and white the audience is used to seeing in movies. In the sidebar are some of the other Technicolor movies you could have seen: "Bride of the Regiment," with Vivienne Segal (First National); "Bright Lights," with Dorothy Mackall (First National); "Dixiana," with Bebe Daniels (Radio Pictures); "Golden Dawn," with...
Topics: Advertising Art in Magazines, Art, Film, Book, Movie, and Magazine Ads, Movies and Films, cinema,...