1846 readers Here's a look at some of the various styles that were present in France during the 18 and 1900s. Over half a dozen images to feast your eyes upon inside the post!
4037 readersThere were too many great finds to not do a second post. I found this wooden beer crate to be especially intersting. The antiques dealer gave me a tip and explained that the way to spot an original from a fake is to look for "Since 1879" as opposed to...
1508 readersHere's a nice bunch of antique typewriter tins dating back to the early 1900s. If only ink cartridges could look so good.. Take a look inside the post!
3826 readersLast weekend I went to one of the best flea markets I've ever been to and it was right across the bay on Treasure Island. There were so many great vintage tins. The photos actually turned out pretty good for an iPhone! Have a look inside the post.
3224 readersHere's a collection of various labels from classy cigars to fabric and glue- all from the 1800s and early 1900s. Take a look inside for half a dozen new finds.
5215 readers"The redesign of the Caribou Coffee brand and logo can now be found on its coffee bags nationwide. Caribou Coffee launched an extensive brand redesign last year that continues to roll out this year. The new coffee bag design now wraps the entire bag w...
6162 readersThe Complete Manual of Typography, 2nd edition, by James Felici, condenses timeless wisdom and timely technology into one complete guide. It explains everything about type designs and usage, from font characteristics to using CSS3 on the Web. Great books on typography are rare — if you had only one book on typography, this should be
2144 readersEveryone remembers that patriotic photograph of Uncle Sam pointing his finger and challenging Americans with his famous slogan, “Uncle Sam Wants You!” Just recently celebrating Labor Day I’ve been seeing images of red, white and blue boasting proud statements about our great country. Of course, where there is popular artwork, there are always parodies. These
7268 readers Feast your eyes upon the incredible hand-drawn typography on these vintage seed packets. The illustrations and color palettes are equally as intriguing. I would buy these in a heartbeat if they were on shelves today!
2267 readers "Identity & Packaging design for Terrone, the only Third Wave – speciality coffee – Italian coffee roaster & shop in London. The beans are all hand-roasted in small batches in Italy, with a 1950′s 'Vittoria" roaster, that makes its coffee quite special. We designed and letterpress printed Terrone Identity, including business card and packaging
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