First Night Design | Vintage Pettit’s Eye Salve

Original & vintage art © First Night Design [] Advert from The Graphics Fairy
Vintage Advertisement – Eye Salve © Sarah Vernon

Having reblogged Picture Book of Animals from 2013 the other day, I seem to have created a lot of confusion about me and my cataract operation! It was supposed to happen in April of that year but the hospital ballsed it up and the saga continues. I have to go through the whole process again, starting in September with a new eye examination.

In the meantime, I thought this old American Eye Salve advertisement (from The Graphics Fairy), doctored with some grungy textures with handwriting and music, might amuse us all!
If you have a problem with clowns or ventriloquist dolls, I suspect you might find this advert disturbing so look away!

Vintage Advertisement - Eye Salve
Vintage Advertisement – Eye Salve Throw Pillows

Available at the following galleries:
Zazzle US
Zazzle UK

Take care and keep laughing!


31 thoughts on “First Night Design | Vintage Pettit’s Eye Salve

      1. You are welcome. Do you see mine when I post? I write a lot and on subjects I normally get comments on with social media and I have yet to get a comment and I have done everything to increase visibility and I have been told my setting are right. Then if I go onto let’s say fb and write almost the same post I get comments.

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        1. There’s no accounting for taste, I guess. It’s taken a good four years for me to build up a following on WP and for people to start commenting. As for FB, I’m the opposite to you. Very few people follow or like or comment!


  1. This reminds me of a note I read on a punch that Bristolians were fond of back in the 18th century. It was so sweet it stuck their lips together so their wives had to wash the mens’ mouths with warm water so they could speak. Oh, the temptation not to!

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