Delicious Industries proves fruitful once again, this time with their extremely fabulous collection of Which? magazine covers from the 1960s and ’70s, designed by Colin Banks and John Miles. Below are some of my favorites:
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nbelievably beautiful children’s books were produced in Iran in the 1970s. I just wish that I could read them.
The images below are courtesy of A Journey Round My Skull’s “Iran” collection, which I strongly encourage you to visit. Such great use of color, brilliant illustrations, and gorgeous calligraphy… I’m kind of drooling right now. In fact, I should probably go fetch a hankie.
OK. All better. Anyway, please enjoy, and please also take a moment to visit the International Children’s Digital Library HERE.
All images below kindly borrowed from A Journey Round My Skull, a stellar blog of under-appreciated (old) books that you should visit at any and all times.
The birdies might be my favorite, despite the lack of calligraphy/text.
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