The Greatest Generation have provided a stirring example of self-sacrifice and strength, but what have they ever done for you? Channeling the GG to help you with your vices: Retro-a-go-go
Perhaps knowing that your biggest issues are smoking and penis-ing, this MI-based e-tailer coats vintage mid-century advertising and pulp designs with hand-poured clear resin, then fashions them into pewter belt buckles and polished steel cigarette cases that hold a half-pack of smokes. Art-wise, pin-up girls are well repped, from the strumpet-graced blue and pink neon sign reading "Visit Bottoms Up Lounge", to a reclining, cig- and gun-toting woman who's apparently "Beautiful But Dangerous", to "Sex Kitten", a book cover sporting a martini-sipping brunette and the brilliantly crafted tag-line "Old enough and big enough, she took a sip of sin -- then took a bath in it". Other offerings touch on B-movies ("Disgruntled", a surly mummy head backed by yellowed newspaper), hysterical reactions to the burgeoning teen movement ("Doped Youth: One Night of Bliss for a Thousand Nights in Hell!"), and not-hysterical-enough reactions to the burgeoning nuclear movement ("Atomic Firecrackers").
Outliers run the gamut, from the circus-sideshow banner "Freak Alive" to the rooster feed-n-seed ad "Get Cocky" -- wantonly disregarding that our Latest Generation needs no encouragement in that department.