Reproduction on metal of c.1920s German poster. Translation: For holiday or weekend a Kodak."

Reproduction printed on postcard-size pieces of metal.The German slogan on the poster translates as, "For holiday or weekend a Kodak".

Thomas Edison demonstrates the Kinetograph to George Eastman (of Eastman Kodak). The Kinetograph was patented in 1891 and took a series of instantaneous photographs on standard 35mm Eastman Kodak film.

Thomas Edison demonstrates the Kinetograph to George Eastman (of Eastman Kodak). The Kinetograph was patented in 1891 and took a series of instantaneous photographs on standard Eastman Kodak film.

1902 'Tis the Kodak Quality. If it isn't an Eastman, it isn't a Kodak. The Kodak Girl.

1902 'Tis the Kodak Quality. If it isn't an Eastman, it isn't a Kodak. The Kodak Girl.

Kodak Color Film Process Advertisement Fine Art Print

Kodak Color Film Process Advertisement Fine Art Print

Artist Andre Francois – was one of the brightest lights among one of my favourite tribes of creative people, the cartoonist/illustrators.

1921 "Saturday Evening Post" A Page of Brownies. These pictures were made on Kodak film with a two-dollar Brownie camera.

A Page of Brownies. From Duke Digital Collections. Collection: Emergence of Advertising in America

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