Supergraphics, Anyone?



Apparently "supergraphics" were a thing in 1971. And, apparently, men didn't know anything about them. In case you are not privy to the art and beauty of supergraphics, this ad for Lucite Wall Paint in Better Homes and Gardens explains:
"Supergraphics is using color and space to create an effect in a room. To put your personality into your home. If you like wild stripes, paint them up one wall and down the other. You can always change them tomorrow."
And don't forget to wear your matching supergraphic dress.

Oh, how I love vintage Better Homes and Gardens magazines.


And aren't those melon balls divine?

Kelly BergComment