Vintage tobacco culture art

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A glass and silver plate claret jug; two plated letter openers; two tea pots; a hot water jug; and a glass and silver plate tobacco jar and cover. A collection of tobacco pipes to include a carved meerschaum with amber stem; another carved meerschaum pipe in leather holder; a meerschaum and a A large collection of plated and leather cigarette cases; tobacco flaps; and a Rizzla rolling machine.

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US Surgeon General Luther Terry's Advisory Committee report on Smoking and Health brought about significant changes for the tobacco industry, leading to far tighter restrictions on advertising as well as the addition of warning labels on packaging. As far back as the early s, cigarette advertising had begun to attract controversy, yet tobacco companies continued to pour money into their marketing efforts. From the late s, cigarette companies were able to strengthen their brands due to the invention of color printing, which heralded a new era for both advertising and packaging — including the placement of trading cards in individual boxes.

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Photographer Sarah Hazlegrove on a farm visit. Hazlegrove, whose family owned a tobacco farm in Virginia for years, visited countries where the majority of tobacco is still harvested by hand. Listen Listening

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The industrial appeal of the former Ljubljana tobacco factory seems to be attracting an increasing number of artists and cultural organisations. The once abandoned complex, just west of the city centre, is thus getting a new meaning and purpose and has the potential of becoming a regional art centre, according to stakeholders. The building of Tobacnawhich was constructed in as a bathroom facility for workers but later turned into a cafeteria and archives, was then renovated but kept its original appearance due to its importance for cultural heritage.

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We see a sticky surface that coats our hands with a bitter-smelling layer capable of immediately hardening in our hair if we distractedly touch our heads. To watch the seedlings grow and hoe the earth around them gives you the privilege of participating in this process that ends with the creation of an exciting object that lets you dialogue with fire and stir up memories. Cigars burn elegantly, much like candles or incense: all of these are consumed in the quest for pleasure, leaving behind ashes, the final ephemeral testament of their presence and utility.

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It was the golden age of Hollywood, a time when movies defined who we were and what we did. But it was also the golden age of tobacco sponsorship, a time when tobacco companies paid stars thousands of dollars - as well as a year's supply of cigarettes - to promote their products on and off-screen. A new report shows just how lucrative the tie-up was for some of the biggest stars of the era. The report, published in the journal Tobacco Control, says almost stars, including two-thirds of the top box-office actors of the late s and s, were contracted to tobacco companies.

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