Our man Bolles has never failed to provide art for even the most obscure of public service announcements. In this 1929 cover, we see a lovely bathing beauty staying cool, despite Mr. Mako's menacing maw. It's a far cry from John Singleton Copley's archetypal shark attack painting where the bather fares far less well (according to the story he survived but lost a leg). Bolles was well versed in historical art and I wonder if he may have been having a little fun at the Copley's expense. It wouldn't be the first time he alluded to a classic painting in his work. A decade later he revisits the theme with another utterly fearless girl hanging ten on Jaws inflatable cousin.