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Warren Dotz is a collector of pop culture ephemera and the author of 11 books on advertising, design, and commercial label art. His commentary has appeared in Advertising Age, Adweek, and the New York Times Magazine. He divides his time between San Francisco and New York City.
"Any designer, art director, or fan of advertising history would love these books." "Ad Pulp" They re Grreeat!: The enduring charm of advertising characters "The Atlantic" If you're an illustrator, designer or simply a fan of popular culture, these carefully-curated tomes are well worth checking out. "Graphics" Stunning and profusely illustrated Carefully curated and meticulously assembled with an eye toward producing a larger narrative "Print" Two solid visual archives, well-made with sewn binding and spot varnished covers "LogoDesignLove" One of my prized design book purchases "Brand New" These two books are put together with intelligence and flair. Beautifully art directed, and filled with delightful, eye-catching images "Animation Scoop" Offering up fascinating tidbits on hundreds of spokes-characters "Examiner" Page after page of colorful, whimsical, deliciously designed ads that have lured consumers to buy their products "Boing Boing""