Photo: The "Frau in Rot" (1928, Edward Cucuel Offelsmeyer) is one of the most striking advertising motifs of the 1920s.
Photo: This advertisement in English from 1961 (Atelier Harry Preußner) highlights the new approach adopted at the beginning of the 1960s.
Photo: This draft advertisement from 1929 (Peag) takes up elements of constructivism and is absolutely unique in the world of advertising from Mercedes-Benz.
Photo: In 1959 the spotlight was on the Mercedes-Benz 180, 180 D, 190 and 190 D models ("even more valuable, but no more expensive") (Atelier Harry Preußner).
Photo: Ludwig Hohlwein, the most famous German poster artist, designed a poster for the 37/90 hp chain-driven car.
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This draft advertisement from 1929 (Peag) takes up elements of constructivism and is absolutely unique in the world of advertising from Mercedes-Benz.
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