Set of six black and white on cream background Petroleum print advertisements from the 1960s.
These nostalgic nostalgic petroleum advertisments of the 1960s, use lovely line drawings in their presentation and design. From the classic Esso tiger to iconic Shell sign, memories will surely be evoked!
Professionally scanned and retouched. Supplied in a zipped folder containing 300dpi Jpg and PDF formats for digital downloading.
1. BP ‘Where do we go from here, Daddy?’ advertisement.
2. ‘Caltex Packs Punch’ advertisement.
3. Esso ‘Highest Octane of All Time’ advertisement.
4. Esso ‘For Happy Motoring’ advertisement.
5. ‘Scooter Well, Scooter Shell’ advertisement.
6. Shell with ICA Summer Blend advertisement.
21.27cm wide x 29.89cm deep. 300dpi.
Recommended print size
Prints are best reproduced at the supplied size, but can be increased with some loss of sharpness, depending on scale. If using a home A4 printer, output at ‘fit to size’ as most printers do not utilise the full page. The files can also be emailed to a local print shop for larger sizes and paper finishes.
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