"World-class thinking about music, business, publishing and the general world of media" - Campaign
Ah, those WERE the days, when the Beatles first broke; well, and a bit before as well. When the NME and MM and Exchange & Mart carried drawn ads for Superfab guitars. Guaranteed not to crack as someone once said.Five bob down and seven and six for ever.
I may well be wrong, but if you looked at UK advertising at that time, it wouldn't be in the same style. The US seemed to hang onto the 50/60s illustration style longer and I guess NY was always a special case with the power of the major stores (and press advertising's control of the page layout, which has only really happened in the UK in the last few years)