Image of the Day, October 4, 2012

In honor of World Animal Day, a 1923 Piet Zwart brochure for a vegetarian restaurant. (via Experimental Jetset)

3 thoughts on “Image of the Day, October 4, 2012

  1. Designeo

    This description is incorrect. It is not a brochure for a vegetarian restaurant. Most printed descriptions list it as a wrapper for margarine, but it is actually for a type of nut butter (hence the name “NUTTER”) made by a company called Pomona. NUTTER was touted as being able to keep its shape at room temperature without having to be put in a container. I’m not sure whether it is a wrapper or brochure, though. The 1 Kilo could mean it’s a wrapper, but the folding pattern looks more brochure-like. I’m leaning towards brochure.

  2. Designeo

    This description is incorrect. It is not a brochure for a vegetarian restaurant. Most printed descriptions list it as a wrapper for margarine, but it is actually for a type of nut butter (hence the name “NUTTER”) made by a company called Pomona. NUTTER was touted as being able to keep its shape at room temperature without having to be put in a container. I’m not sure whether it is a wrapper or brochure, though. The 1 Kilo could mean it’s a wrapper, but the folding pattern looks more brochure-like. I’m leaning towards brochure.

  3. Designeo

    This description is incorrect. It is not a brochure for a vegetarian restaurant. Most printed descriptions list it as a wrapper for margarine, but it is actually for a type of nut butter (hence the name “NUTTER”) made by a company called Pomona. NUTTER was touted as being able to keep its shape at room temperature without having to be put in a container. I’m not sure whether it is a wrapper or brochure, though. The 1 Kilo could mean it’s a wrapper, but the folding pattern looks more brochure-like. I’m leaning towards brochure.

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