Tag Archive | Slogan

Modern Art Monday Presents: Stuart Davis, Odol

Odol
Photo By Gail

Long before Andy Warhol and other Pop artists mined the world of trademark brands, Stuart Davis (1892 – 1964) incorporated imagery from logos, commercial signage and modern packaging into his paintings. The artist created the above work in 1924 – during the Golden Age of Advertising – as a sleek, streamlined ode to a bottle of mouthwash.

Odol is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC.

It Takes a Child to Raze a Village

It Takes a Child to Raze a Village
Photo By Gail

Street Art By Paul Richard, spotted on Eighth Avenue near 17th Street.

Curtis Kulig’s Love Me on Thompson Street

Curtis Kulig's Love Me
Art By Curtis Kulig, Photograph by Gail

A slight variation on Curtis Kulig’s ubiquitous “Love Me” slogan painted on scaffolding, Thompson Street between Spring and Broome in NYC.