Remember when ads used to be long-form, almost essay-like? Championed by Ogilvy and often utilized by ad agencies throughout the 1970s [coke-fueled art directors must have loved working on them] well into the 90s, these types of ads actually took some time to, you know, read. Back when there was time to relax with a magazine.
This full-pager [go here to the Flickr account for the big version in all its 1970s orange glory or click on the ad below] is a perfect example. It’s a bit dated but it’s well written, breezy and does its job. The type justification, though? Shoot me. Ragged left, people. Ragged left.
Why are you wearing my clothes?