Tonight, our weekly Clan Deathmatch.
Where: Terra Nova, and more.
What: DM, and more … TDM? BR?
When: @21:00 CET.
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I had no time to draw something new, but I don’t want to betray the tradition of posting something visual.
So here are three glorious b/w Italian advertising from the ’60s, all set in an imaginary West (from Montana to Mexico). In my country, a whole generation of children had its evenings brightened by these shorts.
1– “Gringo” (1966 – 1972), for canned meat Montana, by Gamma Film. Stopmotion series of duels between Gringo and Black Jack, in the style of the best Spaghetti Western, with fun puns (in rhyme!) and nice titles.
2– “Carmencita” (1966 – 1973), for Paulista coffee, by Armando Testa. The famous graphic designer plays with cone-shaped characters in a series where a gunslinger has to search for his ever missing Carmencita.
3– “El Merendero” (1967), for Talmone chocolate, by Paul Campani. A series by a cartoonist, with 3 Mexican guitarists announcing to children the arrival of Merendero (the man of the candies).