Baggage Claim Tag for a trip to Rome. Date not shown..but who cares, it’s pretty :) Via Florizel Canal.
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DeRouen & Co, and The Mad House designed these beauties for Hops & Grain. I just realized they’re in the city we just moved to 2 weeks ago! Yay! The simplistic sell sheets pair up nicely with the rich website. They also make dog biscuits out of their spent grain lol- how clever is that? Via Oh Beautiful Beer.
I feel like a little kid. I just discovered these geniuses and I’m in love :) I saw it and was like a kid in a candy store. I had to get them and post them. STAT. (I needed this to kick my butt in gear with the blog. Starting a small business is quite time consuming!)
To make up for my lack of posts, I give you this: A feast for your eyes! Via Two Arms Inc.
This trade card (ca 1880s) is advertising John L. Whiting & Son, a brush-making company that made brushes from fine artists brushes to brooms and shaving brushes. They were unique in their advertising by marketing towards both black and white business owners, something that was very uncommon for the 1800s.
Via the blog for the Princeton Graphic Arts Collection’s.
“By 1920 the gear-and-lever voting machine had become the official voting method in New York, Minnesota, California, Connecticut, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Utah, Colorado, Montana, Illinois, Washington, Massachusetts, and Kansas. The voting machine, pictured in Popular Science Monthly with a contemplative voter, became a symbol of good government and progressive reform.” -via American History