Hardcover: 282 pages
Publisher: Collectors Pr; Limited edition (November 1, 2000)
Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 9 x 12.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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A wonderful book! This book is a walk through the history of Coca-Cola's eye for the beauty of woman. Each photograph shows the incredible detail that went into creating the delicate feminine art that would sell the old-fashioned soda for many years. I encourage you to sit and read the exciting history that has been written with great knowledge. I have enjoyed each and every page. If you have any interest in Coca-Cola this book is sure to pull you into the fascination of the world of Coca-Cola's history.
a delightful romp through the history of using sex to sell soda pop. and you thought it was only cars,cigarettes and alcohol that got sold that way.... A concise examination of cokes use of the female form in advertising over the last century
The Coca-Cola bottling company was a major influence on the popular culture of America and the western world throughout the twentieth century. Their marketing slogans, images, and icons permeated every level of society. Never was this more true than in the case of the "Coca-Cola Girl", an image of perfect, wholesome, energetic American beauty that graced all manner of advertising in all medias. Now in a single volume, Chris Beyer presents a unique, accurate, detailed, magnificently illustrated history of Coca-Cola's advertising showcasing the use of women to promote an image encouraging the American public to make the beverage a part of their daily life style. Coca-Cola Girls: An Advertising Art History is a fascinating stroll down through the decades of the twentieth century that will appeal to the nostalgia of its readers and is a highly recommended addition to any Americana and popular culture collections.
Nice book with a lot of pictures of Coca Cola ad art through the decades. The quality of the pictures are fine. There is a lot of art not included though. Still a good book and highly recommended.
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