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Chapter 1
1. Gregory Curtis, The Cave Painters, Probing the
Mysteries of the World’s First Artists, (New York,
Anchor Books, 2006), 92-95.
2. Gregory Curtis, 97-105.
3. Gregory Curtis, 93.
4. David Lewis-Williams, The Mind in the Cave,
Consciousness and the Origins of Art, (London,
Thames & Hudson Ltd., 2002), 237.
5. Gregory Curtis, 96.
6. Joseph Nechvatal, “Immersive Excess in the Apse of
Lascaux,” Technoetic Arts 3:3, 2005, 181–192, doi:
10.1386/tear.3.3.181/1.
7. Richard Gray, “Prehistoric cave paintings took up to
20,000 years to complete,” The Telegraph, October 5,
2008, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/3352850/
Prehistoric-cave-paintings-took-up-to-20000-years-
to-complete.html.
8. Gregory Curtis, 230-238.
9. David Lewis-Williams, 228-229.
10. David Lewis-Williams, 75.
11. Tracy Staedter, “Ancient Shell Beads Could Be First
Sign of Modern Culture”, Scientic American, June
23, 2006, http://www.scienticamerican.com/article.
cfm?id=ancient-shell-beads-could
12. David Lewis-Williams, 78.
13. David Lewis-Williams, 237
14. Gregory Curtis, 96.
15. Nicholas J. Conard, “A female gurine from the basal
Aurignacian of Hohle Fels Cave in southwestern
Germany,” Nature, Volume 459, 14 May 2009, 248—252,
doi:10.1038/nature07995
16. Denis Vialou, 29-31.
17. David Lewis-Williams, 95-96.
Chapter 3
1. Grant McCraken. Culture & Consumption
(Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1988).
2. Forbes.com, 2005, www.forbes.com/2005/07/05/
wedgewood-pottery-businessman-
cx_0705wedgewood_print.html
3. Gaye Blake Roberts and Robin Reilly. “Wedgwood.”
Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, March 16, 2011.
4. Ibid.
5. Time.Prince of Pottery,” www.time.com/time/
printout/0,8816,712258,00.html
6. Oxford Art Online.
7. Neil McKendrick, John Brewer, and J. H. Plumb. The
Birth of a Consumer Society: The Commercialization
of 18th-Century England (Bloomington, IN: Indiana
University Press, 1982), p. 1.
8. McKendrick, et al., p. 103.
9. McKendrick, et al., p. 110.
10. McKendrick, et al., p. 133.
11. Robin Hildyard. English Pottery (London: V&A
Publications, 2005), p. 198.
12. McKendrick, et al., p. 138.
13. McKendrick, et al., p. 141.
14. Hildyard, p. 198.
15. McKendrick, et al., p. 135.
16. McKendrick, et al., p. 121.
references and footnotes
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Chapter 5
William Cahn. Out of the Cracker Barrel: The Nabisco Story,
From Animal Crackers to Zuzus (New York: Simon &
Schuster, 1969).
Alec Davis. Package and Print: The Development of the Label
and Container (London: Faber, 1967).
Hal Morgan. Symbols of America (New York: Viking
Penguin, 1986).
Susan Strasser. Satisfaction Guaranteed: The Making of the
American Mass Market (New York: Pantheon Books,
1989).
A&S, January 1913, “Principles and Practice of
Advertising,” Gerald B Wadsworth.
Chapter 8
1. Century of American Icons, Edited by Mary Cross,
Chp 7, p. 131.
2. Pepsi FAQs website. “Ads and History–Highlights,”
www.pepsiusa.com/faqs.php?section=highlights
3. http://designhistory.org/advertising_fall_08.html
4. Mary Cross (Ed.). A Century of American Icons
(Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, p. 148).
5. Alfredo Marcantonio. Is The Bug Dead? (New York:
Stewart, Tabori & Chang, p. 6).
6. Walter Henry Nelson. Small Wonder: The Amazing
Story of the Boklswagen Beetle (Cambridge, MA: Bentley
Publishers, p. 219).
7. Phil Patton. Bug: The Strange Mutations of the Worlds
Most Famous Automobile (New York: Simon & Schuster,
pp. 95, 98).
8. Bob Gareld. “Top 100 Advertising Campaigns.
Advertising Age.
9. Graphic Design History, Steven Heller, Georgette
Balance, p. 305.
10. A Century of American Icons, p. 123.
11. Cool Rules: Anatomy of an Attitude, Dick Pountain and
David Robins, p 19.
12. www.45cat.com/artist/the-majorettes
13. www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTvKh64sl_w
14. Levi Strauss & Co. by Lynn Downey.
15. Levi Strauss & Co. by Lynn Downey.
16. Email with Lynn Downey.
17. 1000 Covers–A History of the Most Inuential Magazine
in Pop Culture, Introduction by Jann Wenner, pg. 5-6.
18. Encyclopedia of American Journalism, Stephen L.
Vaughn, p. 456.
19. Rebels Wit Attitude: Subversive Rock Humorists, Iain
Ellis, p. 92.
20. CNN, “A life made famous by ‘Almost Famous’,
September 25, 2000.
21. PIB People was ranked number one in ad revenue since
1991 by the Audit Bureau of Circulations.
22. Interview with Dick Stolley, Founding Managing
Editor, People magazine.
23. Bill Hooper, Archivist, Time Inc., Time Inc. Archives.
24. Interview with Dick Stolley, Founding Managing
Editor, People magazine—backup on gures.
25. Historical Dictionary of the 1960s” by James Stuart
Olson; p. 248, found on Google books.
26. http://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/object.
cfm?key=35&objkey=33
27. Pan Am” Lynn Homan, p. 106, found on Google books.
28. http://www.bls.gov/opub/cwc/cm20030124ar05p1.htm
29. Pan Am” Lynn Homan, p. 106, found on Google books.
30. Pan Am’s Steep Dive,” New Yorker, June 22, 1981.
31. When ying was caviar,” Corey Kilgannon, New York
Times, 2003.
32. Pan Am ad examples: link + link.
33. Flight of the Imagination,” Eye Magazine #73: http://
www.eyemagazine.com/feature.php?id=168&d=773
34. Flight of the Imagination,” Eye Magazine #73: http://
www.eyemagazine.com/feature.php?id=168&d=773
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