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Win retro-designed cider for your best piece of retro design

Reading about design agency Supply’s accolade for its Rochdale Cider packaging design at the recent The Dieline Awards is all well and good, but we figure why just read about it when you can taste it? We’ve got a bunch of Rochdale Cider gift packs to give away, and to win, all you have to do is share a link to your favourite piece of retro graphic design work.


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The coppertone girl gets my vote http: //en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coppertone_girl and love the tagline too: 'Don't be a paleface”

Always loved the old Atari advertising.

http://www.billionswithzeroknowledge.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/02/windowslivewriterdocanadianvc…

I've always loved the fact that Salvdor Dali designed the Chupa Chups logo and it still stands pretty much unchanged today. Full kudos for longevity…
http://www.etiziano.com/I_love_logo_design/salvador_dali_and_logo_design.html

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I love the blatant popular coolness of his work.

Beautiful Belgian poster
To Africa by SABENA

SABENA (short for Société Anonyme Belge d’Exploitation de la Navigation Aérienne) was the national airline of Belgium from 1923 to 2001.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/32610318@N06/4755345414/lightbox/

Lovin' 'most everything on www.bluntcard.com

retro a-go-go tee hee hee

I love all of the Fly TEAL posters – such beautiful retro designs and still so inspirational!

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I'd like to nominate Groove 107.7FM in Wellington - go to the 'Splash page” then see the News section (it's a blog) and links to the Programmes page and the Adventures of the Coffee Bar Kid page, too. Groove is a Jazz/Lounge Radio station in Wellington - all the work is done on a voluntary basis to create that 50's/60's - Kiwi/Americana feel


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