"If Abe were a mechanic, he’d work at our shop!" So says Leonard’s Garage & Service Center of Austin, Texas. The background, quite dark, is an image of anti-slip diamond tread plate. Honest Abe brandishes a large crescent wrench.
"Live brilliant," counsels Hyundai, as a giant diamond is turned into motor vehicles via a Rube Goldberg process. The cartoon ad on evolution, done in the same style, must be on line somewhere, but doesn’t seem to be easily found.
One bowling pin says to another, upon making an interplanetary landing and seeing a round object, “Ask it what happened to our first crew.”
The bowling-pin beings will come for those who don’t go bowling voluntarily, according to Bowlmor.
There’s no credit given, but this is the promotional post card for the 2014 free Accordion Kings and Queens event organized by the Texas Folklife people.
These are two coupons from Richard Jones Bar-B-Que, beloved brisket source on South Congress, now no more.