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Detail Of Pepsi-Cola Yoga Girl Pepsi 1954

Detail Of Pepsi-Cola Yoga Girl Pepsi 1954 | Best of Vintage Ad Art 1891-1970 | MadMenArt.com | Vintage Ad Art Collection | Copyright see magazine, company or brand stated in title

Pepsi Ad, Saturday Evening Post, December, artist probably Bob Levering. Includes interesting story about Pepsi vs Coke ads in the

1957 ... merry people!

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Pepsi Cola print ad Rare Color Illustration party in yard original 1951 Life Magazine Art Funny Advertising, Good Advertisements, Pepsi Advertisement, Rc Cola, Pepsi Cola, Patriotic Posters, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food, Vintage Signs

1951 Pepsi-Cola Vintage Ad "More Bounce"

Description: 1951 PEPSI-COLA vintage print advertisement "More Bounce" -- Perfect For Parties -- Indoors Or Out -- Be Sure To Get Plenty Of Pepsi! More Bounce to the Ounce (and you get a big, big bottle, too!) Why Take Less ... When Pepsi's Best! -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (27cm x 36cm). Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in excellent condition unless otherwise noted ().

During the pin-up era of the and Pepsi communicated using these beautifully illustrated prints ads with slogan such as ‘The Sociables Prefer Pepsi’, ‘Pespi-Cola Refresh without Filling’, ‘The Fine art of Staying Lovely’…

simple dreams...

Pepsi, 1960

From Vintage ad campaign: Pepsi-Cola

Remarkably Retro

Pepsi-Cola, 1955

Pepsi-Cola Christmas ad w/kitten

Soft Water

Found at Wishbook's flickr photo stream. From 1953: From 1954: From 1955:

Original, vintage Pepsi-Cola advertisement from January 1959 - So Young at Heart, So Very Smart

1959 Pepsi-Cola Ad

Original 1959 Pepsi-Cola Ad

“Taste that beats the others cold!” This ad campaign from Pepsi-Cola date from late 1966 to mid

Pepsi-Cola ~ Soda Adverts [1966-1969] “Pepsi Cold” | Retro Musings

Taste that beats the others cold!" This ad campaign from Pepsi-Cola date from late 1966 to mid 1969.

Pepsi-Cola Bowling Girl 1957 - Mad Men Art: The Vintage Advertisement Art Collection

And So It Goes...: Photo

And So It Goes... : Photo

Hemming the Wedding Gown ~ Vintage Pepsi Cola ad, ca.

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1957 Pepsi Advertisement

"Light refreshment and lovely figures." Pepsi advertisement published in the July 1957 issue of Woman's Day magazine.

An original 1960 Pepsi advertisement. Featuring this newly wed couple cutting their wedding cake. “The Sociables prefer Pepsi.they make wedding bells ring…” -

An Officer & A Gentleman Weds Beauty USN Navy Cute Couple Illustrated Ad Jealous Guests 60s Pepsi Ad "Sociables". 13 x 10. Ready Frame

An Officer & A Gentleman Weds Beauty USN Navy Cute Couple Illustrated Ad Jealous Guests 60s Pepsi Ad "Sociables". 13 x 10. Ready Frame * Size ~13 x 10 * Ready for Framing * NOT a reprint; original from the magazine-age only * Presented as framed / matted for illustration only This print was removed to preserve the frameable portion from the magazine and is in good condition. S & H: The illustrated ad will arrive in plastic with cardboard backing inside a white…

ads were for the young generation with different values, thus the catchphrase “The Sociables prefer Pepsi”.

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Woman's Day Illustrator unknown March 1957

32 Pepsi Cola Adverts For Adults Living The American Dream - Flashbak

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Such lovely, thin-waisted women! Such lean, good-looking men! Pepsi-Cola refreshes without filling! (1956).