As Ms. Popova describes them “delightfully colorful and brimming with endearingly bad copywriting, these mid-century gems exude the same charming literary enthusiasm we’ve previously seen in the reading PSA posters of the WPA era.”
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Enjoy!
(And don’t miss Ms. Popova’s other post “Gorgeous Vintage PSA Posters, 1939-1941“)
Tom Gilson. Test Bio