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Groovy Eco Labels!
I love that the Donald Knoob company exploited the ecology movement circa 1972 as a means to sell a bunch of mod stickers. Marketed as a “do-it-yourself recycling kit,” these 16 colorful stickers are designed to wrap around old beverage cans, instantly transforming them into practical household items such as a pencil holder…
…a razor blade receptacle…
…a screw container, a tool holder…
…a button holder, or a piggy bank:
Other uses include a scary, “anti-pollution ashtray,” a fire emergency bucket, or a wacky can of elbow grease:
It’s somewhat ironic that I found these stickers 39 years after they were made at a garage sale, in never-been-used condition and will undoubtedly, recycle them yet again by listing them on eBay.
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