I Feel Like a GUINNESS — Ship
As World War II neared its conclusion, old visual jokes pioneered by the Guinness company were recycled in a contemporary context. John Gilroy, once again, demonstrated that he could do more than cartoon animals.
I Feel Like a GUINNESS 01 1936
The Guinness company often commissioned leading cartoonists of the day to contribute to their advertising. The sentiment...
Torpedo 01 1943
Advertising in the midst of wartime rationing was an interesting notion and a difficult path to tread. Going for humour and...
Turning to GUINNESS 01 1942
'Thousands are turning to GUINNESS® for strength.' In wartime Britain, artist HM Bateman's self-referential GUINNESS® advertising...