Images in Practice
Audit of Activities -
IMAGES AND SOCIETY
IMAGES THAT PERSUADE
images that persuade
Torin Douglas, The Complete Guide to Advertising, Papermac, London 1984. SECTION I . THE ADVERTISING TRIANGLE. The Advertisers; the Agencies, The Media.SECTION II Appointing the Agency. Planning the Campaign. Creating and Producing the Ads. Planning and Buying the Media. Measuring the Results. Glossary.
the psychology of persuasion
instances of persuasion
Steven Heller, War Heads, Cartoonists Draw the Line, Sphere, London 1983.
Deborah Wye, COMMITTED TO PRINT, Social and Political Themes in Recent American Printed Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1988. Introduction. Governments/Leaders. Race/Culture. Gender. Nuclear Power/Ecology. War/Revolution. Economics/Class Struggle/The American Dream.Chronology 196- -1987.
Stephen Constantine, BUY and BUILD, The Advertising Art of the Empire Marketing Board, Public Record Office, London 1986. Introduction. Origins and Aims of the Empire Marketing Board.Commissioning and Designing. Printing and Displaying. The Massage, The Impact. The Plates. An excellent book defining the images associated with Trade and the British Empire.
GERMAN NATIONAL SOCIALISM
Zbynek Zeman, Heckling Hitler, Caricatures of the Third Reich, University Press of New England, Hanover and London, 1987. Young Hitler, the making of a famous monster. The Nazi Movement. The Destruction of the Weimar Republic. The Leaders of the New Germany. The Thousand Year Reich. The Matters of Peace and war. War - the Ultimate Goal.
Ward Rutherford, Hitler's Propaganda Machine, Bison Books, London, 1978. The Complex Apparatus of persuasion. The Writing on the walls. In the beginning was the word.... The Orchestra of the Media. The Artist Enslaved. Flickering Images. Pomp and Circumstance. Barking of the Dogs of War.
S.L.Mayer (ed), Hitler's Wartime Picture Magazine - SIGNAL, Bison Books, London, 1976. Facsimile pages with English translations only.
WORLD WAR ONE
WORLD WAR TWO
Derek Nelson, The Poster that Won the War -The Production, Recruitment and War Bond Posters of WWII, Motorbooks International Osceola, 1991. The Folks Back Home. Rationing and Conservation. Industrial Production. Women, Minorities and Children in the War. Propaganda Art or Advertising. Genre, Symbols, Styles and Techniques. Roots of the War Poster. America's Visual Landscape.
Zbynek Zeman, Selling the War, Art and Propaganda in World War II, Orbis London 1978. The Appeal to Patriotism. Beating the Spies and Saboteurs. The Campaign for War Production. The International Crusade. The Threat of Barbarism.
Joseph Darracott and Belinda Loftus, Second World War Posters, Imperial War Museum, London, 1972. Excellent survey with good detailed biographies of the artists.
Michael Frostick, Advertising and the Motor Car, Lund Humphries, London, intro by ASHLEY, 1970. Birth Pangs 1885 - 1914. Ask the Man who owns one. Maturity to Obsolescence 1945 and after. Would you let your daughter marry a Ford owner ? Seventy Years of advertising the Fiat Car. See ASHLEY's work for Cadillac.
Penny Vincenzi, TAKING STOCK, over 75 years of the OXO cube, Brooke Bond/Willow Books, London 1985.
Douglas Collins, Nathalie Dupree(intro) , AMERICA'S FAVOURITE FOOD, The Story of Campbell's Soup Company, Abrams, New York 1994. Mr.Campbell's Company. Dr.Dorrance's Brilliant Idea, A Culinary Accomplishment. The 21 Kinds. We Blend the Best. An Era of Growth. 125 years of success. Andy Warhol and the Campbell Images.
Randy Schaeffer and Bill bateman, COCA-COLA A Collector's Guide to new and vintage Coca-Cola memorabilia, Apple, London 1995. The History of Coca-Cola. Glasses. Bottles. Coolers and Vending Machines. Periodical Advertising. Calendars. Trays. Signs. Lighting Fixtures and Lighted Signs. Clocks. Toys and Games. Novelties. Educational Materials. Miscellaneous Items. Reproduction, Fantasy and Licensed Items.
Mike Dempsey (ed) PIPE DREAMS. Early Advertising from the Imperial Tobacco Company, Fontana, London 1978. Introduction by Tim Shackleton.
Mike Dempsey (ed) BUBBLES. Early Advertising from A.& F. Pears, Fontana, London 1982. Introduction by Tim Shackleton.
CINEMA AND THE CINEMATIC ARTS
David Wilson (ed) Bevis Hillier (intro) PROJECTING BRITAIN, Ealing Studios Film Posters, BFI London, 1982. Work by St.John Woods, Ardizzone, John Bainbridge, Bawden, James Boswell, george Chapman, James Fitton, Walter Goetz, Leslie Hurry, Maurice Kestleman, Peter Lamda, Robert Medley, John Minton, Reginald Mount, Charles Mozley, mervyn Peake, John Piper, Brian Robb, Clifford Rowe.
themes and symbols
machines and robots
print and broadside