Before the advent of computers, ad agencies employed entire art departments to draw product graphics, which were printed in a repeating grid for final approval. This enticing collection of vintage proof sheets designed for diners and grocery stores highlights the lost art of hand-drawn illustrations—some even show hand-written or typed notes by designers. The beautiful details and replicated images give each sheet a Warhol-meets-Rockwell feel, and the incredibly appetizing quality simply begs you to sneak a spoonful of spumoni, or a bite of that luscious berry.
Vintage proof sheet displays 1 uncut food advertisement from the 1950s. May include print of handwritten and typewritten notes. This gently used vintage product is in good condition. Shows some signs of wear.