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Metal 'We Sell Kodak Film' badge possibly given to dealers and assistants attending Kodak training or to wear or issue as promotional pieces. This object was originally housed in the Kodak corporate museum.
Kodak attempts to represent both its name and style in a logo symbol in the The evolution of their logo demonstrates the tension between typographically and graphically communicating about the company.
"A more intricate composition than Ponty's other poster for Kodak (see PAI-LIX, this image demonstrates how a camera is an essential part of one's vacation, able to capture the most complicated and scenic of vistas with a single click.
1935 Kodachrome line is launched. It used a subtractive color method to produce brighter more vivid pictures than existing color films. Because of its complex processing requirements, Kodachrome was sold with processing included until