Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Reasons to Love Mad Men #30

From the AV Club recap to this week's episode:

In 1958 a young Jim Henson created a series of short, weirdly violent commercials for the Washington D.C. coffeemakers Wilkins Coffee, concepts which he revamped and sold to local coffee merchants in other markets, including Martinson in New York. Here’s some samples of the Wilkins campaign:


At 12:49 PM, Blogger Christopher said...

Hm, almost makes you wonder if this had any influence on those Hawaiian Punch ads from the early '60's...


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