Clare McMurray

Clare McMurray

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OK, this Van Heusen guy has some real serious issues. | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

Van Heusen Shirts Daring Audacious Bolder Look - Mad Men Art: The Vintage Advertisement Art Collection

Wait, what are they advertising? | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

" This ad convinced many nerds to buy a Bell & Howell projector. Too bad Sabrina could not see the projector beneath her world's best "projections" gear.

Forget that whole love and trust thing, it’s all about how you cook! | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

"Successful marriages start in the kitchen! Now the new mistress of the house can go right ahead with some of those girlhood dreams - planning lovely meals for her man .

I guess nothing puts a woman in her place like a tie? | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

Gentlemen, do you want your woman to bow to you and serve you breakfast It’s easy! Just wear a tie in bed. Preferably a Van Heusen tie, of course. But, as any woman will tell you, any tie in bed is better than no tie at all—What are we?

Nothing says love like body-shaming your teenage daughter. | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

1958 ad Post Grape-Nuts cereal Dick Sargent mother daughter matching outfits Four Roses Whiskey on back - Free U.

Go ahead and spray her down with water, she’s a woman and doesn’t care. | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

1952 Continental Oil Ad featuring a woman wearing a dress made of fabric woven with an oil base that repels water and promoting their own Super Motor Oil

God forbid you wake up with morning breath, or worse yet, without a full face of makeup. | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

Description: 1953 CHLORODENT vintage print advertisement "No Halloween mask"-- No Halloween mask scares off a man as much as "morning mouth" .

I’m surprised her husband allowed her to drive by herself. | 17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads

17 Ridiculously Sexist Vintage Ads I guess in the the best way to advertise to women was through misogyny!

Anya Gallaccio (1963 − ) | "Preserve Beauty" (New York) 2003 © The Artist || Gallaccio is known for her work with organic materials such as ice, flowers, fruits and sugar. Her installations often change over time as they melt, decompose or sprout new life.

Art & Installation - Anya Gallaccio - "Preserve Beauty" (New York) 2003 - Gallaccio is known for her work with organic materials such as ice, flowers, fruits and sugar. Her installations often change over time as they melt, decompose or sprout new life.

Be inspired by nature…Horticultural Art..  Simply beautiful moments in nature … be inspired by these colours and fill your life with them.

Be inspired by nature…Horticultural Art. Simply beautiful moments in nature … be inspired by the colours and fill your life with them.