"-Said he ‘…wanted to chew the fat..’ .so i bit him."

"-Said he ‘…wanted to chew the fat..’ .so i bit him."

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Nepal by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.
This one is a Corn Chips bag featuring Nepal.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Nepal by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.

This one is a Corn Chips bag featuring Nepal.

Circa 1973

Did she just say “Personal Incontinence Consultant” ??

Did she just say “Personal Incontinence Consultant” ??

"OH YEAH!!" ..sure its it’s a guy inna suit,either that or he’s drownin in a real happy pitcher..

"OH YEAH!!" ..sure its it’s a guy inna suit,either that or he’s drownin in a real happy pitcher..

7-ELEVEN :: “WHAT A SPOT FOR A PICNIC” (( 1966 )) on Flickr.** View LARGE On Black ** • •

7-ELEVEN :: “WHAT A SPOT FOR A PICNIC” (( 1966 )) on Flickr.

** View LARGE On Black ** • •

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Panama by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.
This one is a Corn Chips bag featuring Panama. Very lovely.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Panama by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.

This one is a Corn Chips bag featuring Panama. Very lovely.

Circa 1973

tmnt-au:

Mikey is PUMPED UP about #TMNT

tmnt-au:

Mikey is PUMPED UP about #TMNT

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Peru by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection. 
He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.
In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.
Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.
This one is a B.B.Q. Corn Chips bag featuring Peru.
Circa 1973

Laura Scudder’s International Variety Pak Chips - 1973 - Peru by Waffle Whiffer on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Here is another chip bag from the amazing Lee Olsson Collection.

He designed numerous examples of food packages from the 1970s-1990s. I was lucky enough to acquire packaging samples that he had saved in his personal collection. A friend of his had saved them after Lee passed away a few years ago.

In the early 1970s, Lee Olsson designed these single-serving chip bags for Laura Scudder’s. It was called the International Variety Pak series. 15 of these single-serving bags were packaged in a tray and sold in grocery stores. I have found newspaper references in grocery store ads for this series as early as 1973 and as late as 1977.

Each bag in this series was designed with a theme from a different country, showing the flag and a child dressed in traditional clothing. This is really a remarkable series, and even more so since these are unused samples saved by Lee Olsson in his personal scrapbook. I think it is safe to say that the majority of these have not been seen since the 1970s. I am posting these alphabetically by country.

This one is a B.B.Q. Corn Chips bag featuring Peru.

Circa 1973

@kmart #NickTurtles Pumpkin Plug-ins

@kmart #NickTurtles Pumpkin Plug-ins

..to HATE-FILLED mother fuckers

..to HATE-FILLED mother fuckers