A splendid mural: naïve and extremely bad design.
The make up is dabbler's work:
The artist probably got some new typeface-templates for his birth day: serif, sans-serif, small caps, undulating baselines, different colours, it reminds me of the first days of desktop publishing.
The message isn't any better:
Sister (or is it nurse?) Borel's tea attacks the root and not the branches. Poison tea for trees? The copywriter rightly felt the need for some clarification. He added an explanatory scene: a clogged person with axe impersonates the tea cutting disease played by the tree named maladie (or illness). The need for this label proves the bad typecasting.
Cadoricin was a most famous and popular brand of bodycare products between 1946 and 1962. Castor (Ricin in French) oil was the common ingredient in their many products.
Sponsored radio programs and popular actors promoted the brand which name eventually became a verb. In adverts of the time in Belgium and France your hairs could become Cadoricinés.
Cadoricin became L'Oréal's in 1962 and slowly sunk away.
UNBS stands for Uganda National Bureau of Standards. ABC Dents is a certified product of Vision Impex (U) Limited. We have also ABC toothpaste of the same company.