Giveaway: #InFullPrint, the Art of Consumer Culture

“He recognizes early on that advertisements and commercial labels possess the impact and ‘high-visibility’ he wants for his art." - Stuart Davis: In Full Swing catalogue.

The son of an ad designer and illustrator, Stuart Davis' work was heavily influenced by consumer culture, including print advertising and product packaging of the early 20th century. In the spirit of our recently opened exhibition, Stuart Davis: In Full Swing, we want to see how today’s advertisements and packaging inspires you.

Stuart Davis (1892–1964), "Blips and Ifs", 1963–64
Stuart Davis (1892–1964), "Blips and Ifs", 1963–64. Oil on canvas, 71 1/8 x 53 1/8 in. (180.7 x 135 cm). Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth; acquisition in memory of John de Menil, Trustee, Amon Carter Museum, 1961–69. © Estate of Stuart Davis/Licensed by VAGA, New York

Share a photo of your favorite ads or packages on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #InFullPrint. The prize? Two tickets to see the exhibition and a surprise item from the museum store.

This is an ongoing giveaway that will take place for the duration of the exhibition. One winner will be selected per month, at the end of May, June, and July. Stuart Davis: In Full Swing is on view through August 6th.