The most controversial advertising XX century
• The most controversial advertising XX century
Charles Saatchi has produced a book that shared with their readers examples of racist and offensive advertising, which took place in the twentieth century. In those days, it has not caused a special resonance, but now, looking back at the last century, you realize how much has changed in the world. We present you samples of controversial advertising twentieth century.
Love Cosmetics, 1975.
The inscription reads: "Because innocence is sexier than you think."
Van Heusen, 1952.
"The smartest shirt" - and the most racist advertising.
Lucky Strike, 1930.
The company has used every possible way doctors to advertise cigarettes, claiming that they are absolutely safe and even beneficial to health.
Elliott's Paint, 1930.
Paint that can repaint anything. And anyone.
Antidepressants for each mother.
Use "Hlorinol" and be like a white nigger!
Advertising ties: "Show me who's boss."
Advertising gaming console with a hint of masturbation: "The longer you play, the harder it becomes."