Ack, this is so cute it hurts! Wonderful vintage Avon packaging from the 1970's. The photo stream from Snaggs is worth a look, there are many many more fantastic Avon characters from all over the world see. Cultural stereotypes ahoy! ;)
pinkhare has packaged up some goods in wonderfully classic fashion. Kraft paper, we love you! Of course, the gift paper, ribbon and lovely birdie trinkets take it to the next level of sweetness. Wouldn't you like to get this in the post?
This week we're taking a look at the sweetest of all packaging - the handmade package. Here's todays selection from baking with medusa on flickr. We love the re purposed map, the sheared edging and the ribbon that, practically and visually, ties it all together.
Another product picked up from our local supermarket, where we had to stifle our giggles upon first sighting. It is an hilarious and cute illustration, typical of much Japanese design we suspect. Ahh the poor bunny, so shocked at the work of the lumberjack! But bunny, the sweets themselves are fairly delicious (biscuit logs encased in chocolate bark) and the lumberjack is surely satisfied with his handiwork.
How could we not show you this incredible TIN of Skippy peanut butter from the 1930's?! It was picked up in Nevada, U.S.A by roadsidepictures. Heck, we have a (much smaller) jar of Skippy's in the cupboard right now. The label lacks the sheer delight and spontaneity of original though. And it makes no mention of hydrogenation...
We picked up these 'panni casa' (clean house?) dusters at our local supermarket recently. Love the stylized illustration and neat use of primary colours. Doesn't it make you want to don an apron and wipe until all the surfaces in your house are dust-free and sparkling?
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