I'm a sucker for matchbook labels and this Czechoslovakian set are just great - I really like the thick black outline on the vegetables. I think they translate to say, "The progress and preparing meals - don't cook too long, well but quickly wash vegetables and use stainless tools".
Via Found in Mom's Basement.
#53 - British Post Office Technology Stamps, 1969.
I love this set of stamps designed by legendary stamp designer, David Gentleman. They were issued in October 1969 to celebrate Post Office Technologies; the National Grid, Telecommunications - International Subscriber Dialing, Telecommunications - Pulse Code Modulation and Postal Mechanisation - Automatic Sorting.
David Gentleman has created over 100 British stamp designs over the last 40 years. This bold and bright set demonstrates a classic 'Gentleman' technique - when designing individual stamps he considers the effect of the overall sheet of stamps. If you look at the designs above, each has an element that bleeds off so when multiples of the same stamp are placed together (ie. on a sheet) the pattern is continuous. Simple, but effective!
If you like these I'm pretty sure you'll like these Jerzy Karo
and Peter Murdoch
designed stamps too.