|Femmes Fatales||Feb 3 2019|
Anyway, 1930s movie star Lona Andre, née Luana Anderson, shows some ball control skills in this promo photo we thought was fitting for today, which is of course Super Bowl Sunday. Andre made a number of notable films, including 1934's School for Girls and 1937's Slaves in Bondage. This photo was made for her film College Humor, which is fitting, because that's about the level of our sports quips. It dates from 1933.
|Vintage Pulp||Oct 22 2013|
Below are five more covers of College Humor magazine with art by Rolf Armstrong. During the 1920s and 1930s, Armstrong made his income illustrating sheet music covers and magazines, and later he became known as a portraitist, painting likenesses of Mary Pickford, Greta Garbo, and Boris Karloff, among others. He also worked in advertising for RCA, and was a sought after calendar artist. We’ll have more from him soon, and you can see our previous post of five College Humor covers here.
|Vintage Pulp||Sep 25 2012|
Above, five covers of the American humor magazine College Humor, which ran from the 1920s to 1940s and counted among its contributors Robert Benchley, Groucho Marx, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald, and many other leading literary personalities of the age. This group, with covers by pin-up artist Rolf Armstrong, appeared between 1928 and 1930.