An unidentified student posing with her luggage advertisement. It is an illustration of men's legs with kilts and tartan socks standing behind a stack of luggage and reads "Stands out in any crowd."
Advertisement for 7-Up of seven bottles lined up in a row, with three of them sitting in a cardboard carrier. Text on the packaging reads "You Like it...7-Up...it likes you. Take some home."
Advertisements for TWA airlines.
An unidentified student with his magazine design for an editorial on cooking.
A student working on his advertisement for Asti wine that includes an illustration of hands holding a wine bottle and the text "Asti California's finest."
Jon Buelow (ADVT 1953) working on an advertisement for Reynolds Aluminum.
Marguerite Siddall (ADVT 1951) working on an advertising booklet.
Marguerite Siddall's (ADVT 1951) hands working on a chalk sketch for Wear-Right.
Ken Harris working on an advertising brochure for Altman Galleries. Sketches of Native American art are on the table.
Two students looking at an advertising design.
A student hangs the third in her series of advertisements for Ford cars.
Thomas Sexton critiquing student work on the crit wall.
James Jordan critiquing student work on the crit wall.
Sally Reed (ADVT 1963) presents her bathing suit advertising design as George Rappaport (ADVT 1947) critiques it.
Charles Potts in front of a crit wall of posters with scientific explanations and microscopy photographs.
James Jordan and two students discuss a student's scientific poster explaining a lightbulb.
James Jordan and a student discussing student work.
James Jordan teaching in front of a crit wall of student work.
James Jordan in the courtyard with students. He is critiquing a student drawing and there are other designs behind him.
Harvey Thompson critiquing student work posted on the crit wall.