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CARMELA CAMMISULI | SENIOR ART DIRECTOR + DESIGNER |
One off Poster Design to represent the culture rifts and shifts over the years in cigarette advertisements. In the early 1930s, cigarettes were a highly prized commodity for Americans and were a cultural symbol of sophistication and glamour. Although enduring economic hardship during the Great Depression, the cigarette lifestyle was viewed as social acceptance and freedom from oppression. While laws and regulations have challenged the cigarette industry throughout history, the strategies and target audiences of cigarette advertisements have not been changed as much.
Poster Artwork + Photo Manipulation
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