I recently picked up a neat stack of 60's photography magazines, each one loaded with stunning photos, and helpful hints on how to take a better pic --and we'll see some attractive examples in an upcoming post. But as much as I love photography, I have to admit to loving cartoony key art from this era more, as seen in this article by David B. Eisendrath, Jr., the apparent noted authority on film protection. Notes against heat, cold storage, causes of faulty color, deterioration, processing, etc... it's all here, and when paired with awesome illustrations by John Seneres, it suddenly becomes worthy of an AEET post (I especially love the use of a vampire as a symbol of how to completely drain the life right out of your color film, ha!) I rounded out the post with some fun ads from the back of the mag, everything here being from the July 1960 issue of Popular Photography Vol. 47 #1.