Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Blanco y Negro, Spanish magazine, 1930s


P.3, originally uploaded by Esteban De Sousa.

7 comments:

David Thompson said...

Fantastic graphics

Mariana said...

He has a lovely flickr set with more covers. I have some covers as well on my flickr photostream, along with Spanish ads from that era, some from the Blanco y Negro magazine. The artists were wonderful!

Jane said...

The covers are so good, I'm curious about what kind of magazine this was. This is difficult to find information on in Enlgish. Thanks.

elena-lu said...

thanks for sharing

Mariana said...

Hi. I've never really tied to investigate this magazine, but it had some wonderful graphics. I believe it was your average magazine, not specialized in any subject in particular.

SHARP said...

I picked a few copies up in 2005 at an antique book fair in Madrid because I loved the covers and art.

I, too, was curious what sort of magazine it was and even went through the trouble of typing selections in Yahoo! Babelfish in an attempt at some translation.

As far as I could tell, it seems to be some sort of news magazine, maybe some politics, with current events.

Mariana said...

Yes, that's what I assumed. I own a few vintage magazines from this period, and they tend to be for all the family.

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