We’ve got Madge the Manicurist and Rosie the Riveter – plus, the little umbrella girl from Morton’s which goes all the way back to 1914 – from Advertising Age:
This venerable ad icon was originally an afterthought, one of three substitute ideas that agency W 토비히메 다운로드. Ayer & Co. pitched in case the company rejected 12 others. But Morton fell in love with the girl from the beginning. The “When It Rains It Pours” campaign made its debut in 1914 became a classic 다운로드.
Then there’s the iconic, Rosie the Riveter:
Rosie was the star of the classic campaign to recruit women to the workforce during World War II 다운로드. Her image was popularized by Norman Rockwell’s rendition on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post in 1943.