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Vintage book trade labels "Anyone who handles old books will have come across these small and sometimes beautiful labels pasted more or less discreetly into the endpapers. Publishers, printers, binders, importers, distributors and sellers of books -- new, second-hand and antiquarian -- used to advertise in this way their contribution to bringing the book to market."
Old school labels. Would be great in the kitchen. Wouldn't this be a great photoshop project for my spice jars...
New Orleans–style coffee concentrate that’s brewed and bottled by hand in Brooklyn, New York. Each batch is made by steeping a special blend of freshly roasted coffee and chicory in water overnight, then removing the grounds using a two-step filtration process. What’s left? A bold, velvety-smooth liquid concentrate that can be mixed with milk or water—served over ice or steaming hot.”
I wish the designer would have thought of the width of the actual product when making the design because it gets cut off the sides when it wraps around. However, it might be used to the advantage of the company, because the viewer has to physically pick up the product and rotate it to finish reading the label- speaking curiosity. The mark is a bit large for my taste, I would have scaled it down 1/2 an inch. The different type differentiates the title from the product details.