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  • Stephanie Wallace

    Vintage ad Blood Bitters

  • Joe Chapman

    Probably quite clever in its day, but it just looks freakish now. 'Gaslight'-style advertising used shadow and layers to add depth, and a peeling effect was often used. Here it's meant to show that drinking bitter-tasting tonics would clean your blood, and reveal the young boy inside the 60-year-old man. Yeah, well I've seen "Alien" and a few too many horror films, thanks.

  • erowe design

    Burdock Blood Bitters ..."for the boy inside the man"

  • Carol Shepko

    Interesting poster

  • Lana Chellsen

    1886 almanac cover -- Foster Milburn & Company | Sheaff : ephemera

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