Vintage Cigarette Ads. I quite enjoy looking at them, and at how much times have changed. Especially the doctor/dentist ones and Santa Claus haha, but that Ronald Regan one just cracks me right up. Seems like such a nice guy for doing that lmfao. I might do photo set of these once a week. And now, to end with a quote that goes along perfectly with these pictures.
"Our ill fated love affair with the cigarette, is a relationship in which we were sweet talked into, fell deeply in love with, then told to stomp out. Incredibly quickly, smoking went from being universally accepted, to internationally condemned. We glorified the cigarette, and then declared war on it".
I.m willing to bet anything that in a few years time, we will be looking at today’s coca-cola ads the same way we look at yesterday’s cigarette ads.
9:47 pm • 27 March 2014 • 103 notes • View comments
-egypt have a lot of eyes to love.
-Beautiful and painful photos from Egypt by Denis Dailleux
- you can see the photos good quality from here
Love these photos from Egypt by Denis Dailleux
9:30 pm • 27 March 2014 • 1,436 notes • View comments
I’ll be presenting my research from Egypt and Morocco on a panel at the International Studies Association's annual conference in Toronto, Canada on Thursday, March 27.
The panel, chaired by Dr. Fiona Adamson, is on, ”The Power Politics of Migration Governance: Spatial Control,…
10:22 am • 24 March 2014 • 3 notes • View comments
What’s in a Stone – Fayyoum, Egypt, 22 March 2014.
11:47 am • 23 March 2014 • 6 notes • View comments
Angel Michael Church, Saint Macarius Monastery, Wadi El Rayyan, Egypt – 21 March 2014
11:10 am • 23 March 2014 • 15 notes • View comments
It’s a Matter of Scale – 21-22 March 2014, Deserts of Fayyoum, Egypt.
11:01 am • 23 March 2014 • 5 notes • View comments